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Maggots / Larval Therapy

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by C Bain, Jul 24, 2005.

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    Safety, effectiveness and
    economic aspects of maggot debride-ment therapy for wound healing.

    Arabloo J, Grey S, Mobinizadeh M, Olyaeemanesh A, Hamouzadeh P, Khamisabadi K.
    Med J Islam Repub Iran 2016 (20 January). Vol. 30:319. (PDF)
     
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    Modified Maggots Could Help Human Wound Healing
    For Immediate Release
    March 23, 2016
     
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    Increasing the miR-126 expression in the peripheral blood of patients with diabetic foot ulcers treated with maggot debridement therapy
    Jie Zhang, Sun Xin juan1, Jin'an Chen, Zhi wei Hu, Lei Wang, Dong mei Gu, Ai-ping Wang,
    Journal of Diabetes and its Complications; 28 July 2016
     
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    Increasing the miR-126 expression in the peripheral blood of patients with diabetic foot ulcers treated with maggot debridement therapy.
    Zhang J et al
    J Diabetes Complications. 2016 Jul 28. pii: S1056-8727(16)30328-2. doi: 10.1016/j.jdiacomp.2016.07.026.
     
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    Increasing the miR-126 expression in the peripheral blood of patients with diabetic foot ulcers treated with maggot debridement therapy
    Jie Zhang et al
    Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications; Article in Press
     
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    Maggot therapy for wound care in Iran: a case series of the first 28 patients.
    Mirabzadeh A et al
    J Wound Care. 2017 Mar 2;26(3):137-143. doi: 10.12968/jowc.2017.26.3.137.
     
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    Maggot debridement therapy for a patient with critical limb ischaemia and severe cardiac dysfunction: possibility of limb salvage.
    Nishijima A et al
    Case Reports Plast Surg Hand Surg. 2017 May 16;4(1):42-47.
     
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    Effective wound bed preparation using maggot debridement therapy for patients with critical limb ischaemia.
    Nishijima A et al
    J Wound Care. 2017 Aug 2;26(8):483-489. doi: 10.12968/jowc.2017.26.8.483.
     
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