COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PURULENT-NECROTIC COMPLICATIONS IN THE PATIENTS, SUFFERING DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME, USING NEGATIVE TRESSURE AND CAPICOR PREPARATION

  • М. D. Zheliba
  • А. І. Godlevsky
  • О. V. Goncharenko
  • Т. V. Formanchuk
  • А. М. Formanchuk
Keywords: diabetic foot syndrome, purulent—necrotic complications, treatment

Abstract

The comparative analysis data were presented, concerning the results of complex treatment of 28 patients, suffering ischemic-gangrenous form of the diabetic foot syndrome, developing on background of chronic ischemia of the lower extremities stage IV. In 14 patients (main group) a routine complex of the treatment measures was added by application of an active pressure (negative pressure wound therapy - NPWT) and a capicor preparation; 14 patients (the comparison group) were treated in accordance to routine scheme. In accordance to the comparative analysis data, in  patients of the main group the wound surface sarea have kept reducing in twice more rapid, than in a comparison group, the wounds healing was achieved in 94% patients, duration of the patients’ stationary stay have reduced by (5.2 ± 1.4) days.

 

Published
2017-07-05
How to Cite
ZhelibaМ. D., GodlevskyА. І., GoncharenkoО. V., FormanchukТ. V., & FormanchukА. М. (2017). COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PURULENT-NECROTIC COMPLICATIONS IN THE PATIENTS, SUFFERING DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME, USING NEGATIVE TRESSURE AND CAPICOR PREPARATION. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, (2), 19-21. Retrieved from https://hirurgiya.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/31
Section
General Problems of Surgery

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