How poor microcirculation can prevent diabetic foot ulcer healing
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What is it about?
Recent research has shown abnormal microcirculation secondary to neuropathy in the skin of patients with diabetes can lead to poor wound healing. Newer diagnostic and therapeutic options are reviewed for treatment of these difficult to heal wounds.
Why is it important?
Recent advances discussed in this article will make wound care professionals aware of developing trends in the treatment of difficult to heal diabetic foot wounds.
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