The association of chronic, enhanced immunosuppression (especially dialysis) with outcomes of diabetic foot infections

Yet more information on the role that immunosuppression (including and especially renal replacement) plays on outcomes of diabetic foot infections. This from our friends and colleagues from the Balgrist in Zurich. Ilker Uçkay 1 2 3, Madlaina Schöni 2, Martin C Berli 2, Fabian Niggli 2 3, Emil Noschajew 2, Benjamin A Lipsky 4, Felix W A Waibel 2 We investigated if a chronic, enhanced immunosuppressed condition, beyond the immunodeficiency related […]

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More evidence for “renal foot” angiographic findings and outcomes

Superb work from our long-time SALSAmigo, Prof. Luigi Uccioli and his team led by Meloni and coworkers. This confirms previous work by our team that there is indeed foot level as well as a much higher rate of revascularization failure in “RDF” patients compared to their “DF” counterparts.

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