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Treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Ahn J

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), a risk factor for infection, remain a difficult clinical complication. Infected DFUs may be associated with lower extremity amputation. To achieve wound healing and avoid...
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The Current Status of Bacterial Identification by Wound Culture for Diabetic Foot Lesions in a Single Tertiary Hospital in South Korea

Jung SY, Lee MJ, Lee SY, Lee SY

Purpose: The present study aimed to develop guidelines regarding initial choice of antibiotics for diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) by investigating bacterial isolates. Materials and Methods: This study included 223 DFU patients...
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Reconstruction of Plantar Forefoot in Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Comparative Study of Perforator Flaps and Random Flaps

Kim YS, Roh SG, Kim JL, Lee NH, Shin JY

Background: Plastic and reconstructive surgeons consider a variety of options to salvage limbs of patients when operating on soft tissue defects of the plantar forefoot in diabetic foot ulcers. This...
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Evaluating Effectiveness of Medical Grade Honey-Containing Alginate Dressing in Patients with Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds

Lee YJ, Park KS, Kim DY, Shim HS

Background: Chronic wounds of the lower extremities are challenging to treat. Recently, honey-based dressings have been shown beneficial effects in diabetic foot ulcers and venous ulcers. Here, we compared Medihoney...
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Risk factors affecting amputation in diabetic foot

Lee JH, Yoon JS, Lee HW, Won KC, Moon JS, Chung SM, Lee YY

Background: A diabetic foot is the most common cause of non-traumatic lower extremity amputations (LEA). The study seeks to assess the risk factors of amputation in patients with diabetic foot...
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Factors Affecting Vascular Clogging, Wound Status and Bacterial Culture in Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Kim JL, Shin JY, Roh SG, Chang SC, Lee NH

BACKGROUND: We assumed that vascular clogging, wound status, and bacterial culture tests are significant characteristics in developing a treatment plan for diabetic patients with foot ulcers. The goal of our...
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The Amputation Rate and Associated Risk Factors within 1 Year after the Diagnosis of Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Chun DI, Jeon MC, Choi SW, Kim YB, Nho JH, Won SH

PURPOSE: This study investigates the amputation rate within 1 year after the diagnosis of diabetic foot ulcer and its associated risk factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study enrolled 60 patients with...
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Risk Factors Associated with Amputation-Free Survival in Patient with Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Won SH, Chung CY, Park MS, Lee T, Sung KH, Lee SY, Kim TG, Lee KM

PURPOSE: To determine the 1-year survival rate, 1-year amputation-free survival rate and the risk factors of amputation for patients with diabetic foot ulcers. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One hundred seventy-three patients with...
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Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Seo DK, Lee HS

In patients with diabetic foot, ulceration and amputation are the most serious consequences and can lead to morbidity and disability. Peripheral arterial sclerosis, peripheral neuropathy, and foot deformities are major...
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Isolation of Trichophyton rubrum from Diabetic Foot Ulcers of 4 Patients

Lee WJ, Park KH, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Kim DW

  • KMID: 1731189
  • Korean J Med Mycol.
  • 2014 Mar;19(1):9-12.
Trichophyton rubrum is a common cause of superficial dermatophytosis in humans, such as tinea pedis, tinea unguium, tinea corporis and tinea cruris. T. rubrum usually attaches to keratin of the...
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First Report of Myiasis Caused by Cochliomyia hominivorax (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in a Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patient in Argentina

Olea MS, Centeno N, Aybar CA, Ortega ES, Galante GB, Olea L, Juri MJ

Myiasis is usually caused by flies of the Calliphoridae family, and Cochliomyia hominivorax is the etiological agent most frequently found in myiasis. The first case of myiasis in a diabetic...
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A Case of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Caused by Arcanobacterium haemolyticum and Streptococcus agalactiae

Choi MS, Kim DS, Choi SI, Cho YG, Lee HS

Arcanobacterium haemolyticum, a aerobic Gram-positive rod, has been described as an unusual pathogen causing soft tissue infections such as pharyngotonsillitis, chronic ulcer and cellulitis. In addition, the microorganism causes deep-seated...
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Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy Using Modified Vacuum-Assisted Closure in Patients with Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Kim BJ, Suk JH, Jo AR, Ha JK, Jung CW, Park SO, Park HT, Kim MK

Diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) are common and serious complications of diabetes mellitus. The prognosis of DFU may be very poor even during early stages depending on the general conditions of...
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Prevention and Education for Diabetic Foot

Lee HB

Diabetic foot ulceration, which can result in amputations of the lower extremities and death, is a major complication for people with diabetes mellitus. Comprehensive foot care programs based on the...
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Risk Factors for Foot Ulceration in Diabetic Patients

Ahn YB

Diabetic foot ulcers are one of the main complications of diabetes and frequently lead to amputation of the lower extremities. All patients with diabetes should be screened annually to establish...
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Clinical Analysis of Intractable Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Accessing Risk Factors

Park SJ, Lee SH, Park HY, Kim JH, Shin HK, Kim E, Choi JY

  • KMID: 1451065
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2011 Dec;15(4):232-239.
PURPOSE: Diabetic foot ulcer is one of the most important diabetic complications because it increases the risk of amputations. Moreover, it lowers the quality of patients' life and increases the...
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Diabetic Ulcers Treated with Bi-layered Collagen Membrane

Shin JU, Choi YJ, Roh MR, Chung KY, Suh HL

  • KMID: 2425025
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2009 Jul;47(7):831-834.
Diabetic foot ulcer is a serious clinical problem with significant medical and economic effects on health systems worldwide. Some patients undergo amputation and others experience disability for an extended period...
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Prevalence of Fungal Infection in Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Yoo YS, Han SK, Kim WK

  • KMID: 2098571
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2008 Mar;35(2):134-138.
PURPOSE: In a diabetic foot ulcer, superficial fungal infection of the foot may disrupt the skin integrity and provide an avenue for bacterial infection. The prevalence of fungal infection in...
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Current Status of Diabetic Foot in Korean Patients Using National Health Insurance Database

Chung CH, Kim DJ, Kim J, Kim H, Kim H, Min KW, Park SW, Park JH, Baik SH, Son HS, Ahn CW, Oh JY, Lee S, Lee J, Choi KM, Choi I, Park IB

BACKGROUND: Foot ulcer diseases are more prevalent in diabetic patients than that those of non-diabetic patients. Several reports showed the risk of amputation and the medical cost were increased when...
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The Result of Total Contact Cast with High Concentrate Silver (Ag+) Coated Foam Dressing in Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Kim JY, Choi JH, Lee KT, Young KW, Kim JS, Rhee JJ

  • KMID: 2181750
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2006 Dec;10(2):250-254.
PURPOSE: The treatment of diabetic foot ulcers with total contact cast has been reported to be associated with numerous undesirable complications. This study shows that our technique of total contact...
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