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Initial percent change in wound size can predict outcome

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Jun 27, 2006.

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    Percent Change in Wound Area of Diabetic Foot Ulcers over a 4-Week Period Is a Robust Predictor of Complete Healing in a 12-Week Prospective Trial.
    Plast Reconstr Surg. 2006 Jun;117(7S SUPPLEMENT):239S-244S
     
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    Rate of Healing of Neuropathic Ulcers of the Foot in Diabetes and Its Relationship to Ulcer Duration and Ulcer Area
    Paul Ince, Fran L. Game, and William J. Jeffcoate,
    Diabetes Care 30:660-663, 2007
     
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    The association between baseline characteristics and the outcome of foot lesions in a UK population with diabetes
    Diabetic Medicine 24 (9), 977–981.
     
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    Prediction of healing for post-operative diabetic foot wounds based on early wound area progression.
    Lavery LA, Barnes SA, Keith MS, Seaman JW Jr, Armstrong DG.
    Diabetes Care. 2007 Oct 12; [Epub ahead of print]
     
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    Early healing rates and wound area measurements are reliable predictors of later complete wound closure.
    Cardinal M, Eisenbud DE, Phillips T, Harding K.
    Wound Repair Regen. 2008 Jan-Feb;16(1):19-22.
     
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    Fifty percent area reduction after 4 weeks of treatment is a reliable indicator for healing-analysis of a single-center cohort of 704 diabetic patients.
    J Diabetes Complications. 2008 Apr 2;
    Coerper S, Beckert S, Küper M, Jekov M, Königsrainer A
     
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    A Post-hoc Analysis of Reduction in Diabetic Foot Ulcer Size at 4 Weeks as a Predictor of Healing by 12 Weeks.
    Ostomy Wound Manage. 2010 Mar;56(3):44-50.Snyder RJ, Cardinal M, Dauphinee DM, Stavosky J.
     
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    A checklist system to score healing progress of diabetic foot ulcers.
    Martínez-De Jesús FR.
    Int J Low Extrem Wounds. 2010 Jun;9(2):74-83.
     
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    Granulation Response and Partial Wound Closure Predict Healing in Clinical Trials on Advanced Diabetes Foot Ulcers Treated With Recombinant Human Epidermal Growth Factor
    Carmen M. Valenzuela-Silva, et al
    Diabetes Care February 2013 vol. 36 no. 2 210-215
     
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