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Concerns about Diabetic Foot Wounds

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DOI: 10.4236/ojrm.2019.81001    91 Downloads   201 Views


This paper in a medical sense can be described as a case report. The diabetic foot wounds of a relative, over 70 years of age, with Type I diabetes were so grievous and the medical treatment was so protracted that success could not be assured. There was a danger of amputation. The one outstanding feature was that the private application of an antifungal spray, between the toes of both feet without prescribed oral mycologic agents, seemed to make an inexplicable difference to the final outcome. In addition, a viewpoint drawn was that the efficacy of antibiotic therapies may be compromised by the presence of invisible fungal etiology.

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Solomon, D. (2019) Concerns about Diabetic Foot Wounds. Open Journal of Regenerative Medicine, 8, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/ojrm.2019.81001.

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