Study: Skin grafts and tissue replacement accelerate foot ulcer healing and prevent amputation

Skin grafts and tissue replacement therapy, when used in conjunction with standard therapy, accelerates the healing of foot ulcers, according to new research. The study, which was conducted by researchers at the Academic Medical Centre at the University of Amsterdam, Department of Surgery, also found that the same treatments resulted in lower incidence of amputation. The researchers conducted a systematic review of the available data on the subject.

Skin grafts and tissue replacement therapy, when used in conjunction with standard therapy, accelerates the healing of foot ulcers, according to new research. The study, which was conducted by researchers at the Academic Medical Centre at the University of Amsterdam, Department of Surgery, also found that the same treatments resulted in lower incidence of amputation. The researchers conducted a systematic review of the available data on the subject.

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Study: Skin grafts and tissue replacement accelerate foot ulcer healing and prevent amputation