Accelerating Diabetic Wound Healing: A Leap Through Mechano-Activated Cell Therapy #ActAgainstAmputation #WoundHealing #DiabeticFoot

This, ladies and gents, reminds me of the mechanism of action of negative pressure wound therapy-- matrix perturbation! In the relentless pursuit of groundbreaking solutions to address diabetic wound healing, a recent manuscript by Shou et al., unveils a promising stride in the realm of regenerative medicine. The collaborative research initiative led by our esteemed... Continue Reading →

DFCon & SVESS Successfully Illuminate Limb Preservation on an International Stage in Singapore #ActAgainstAmputation #DFCon #ALPSlimb

This just published on the ALPS site. Singapore — In a groundbreaking collaboration that took place on August 27th, the American Limb Preservation Society (ALPS) with its Diabetic Foot Conference (DFCon) partnered with the Society of Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons of Singapore (SVESS) to shine a spotlight on the critical issue of limb preservation. This... Continue Reading →

USC Podiatric Surgeon and Founding President of American Limb Preservation Society Delivers Inspirational Keynote on the Value of Teamwork in Limb Preservation to Podiatry Association Singapore

SINGAPORE — Professor David G. Armstrong, Founding President of the American Limb Preservation Society (ALPS) and an internationally recognized authority in limb preservation and podiatry, captivated a diverse audience of healthcare professionals at a recent event hosted by the Podiatry Association Singapore. "It's wonderful to have Professor Armstrong here live to enlighten us with his... Continue Reading →

Getting a Foothold on Diabetic Foot Disease—Outcomes of a Multidisciplinary Clinical Pathway for Inpatient Diabetic Foot Care over 17 Years #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot #ALPSlimb

Great work from our Singapore colleagues. Abstract Introduction Diabetes foot disease (DFD) contributes to poor quality of life, clinical and economic burden. Multidisciplinary diabetes foot teams provide prompt access to specialist teams thereby improving limb salvage. We present a 17-year review of an inpatient multidisciplinary clinical care path (MCCP) for DFD in Singapore. Methods This... Continue Reading →

Diabetes-related lower extremity complications in a multi-ethnic Asian population: a 10 year observational study in Singapore

Great data from our Singapore colleagues Riandini and coworkers. Aims/hypothesis Diabetes progression and complication risk are different in Asian people compared with those of European ancestry. In this study, we sought to understand the epidemiology of diabetes-related lower extremity complications (DRLECs: symptomatic peripheral arterial disease, ulceration, infection, gangrene) and amputations in a multi-ethnic Asian population.... Continue Reading →

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