Die ischämische Form des diabetischen Fußsyndroms

Die ischämische Form des diabetischen Fußsyndroms In this review, direct and indirect methods of revascularisation in diabetics with ischaemic foot lesions are discussed.This work focuses on infrainguinal arterial reconstructions in diabetic patients with critical limb isch- aemia, the frequency of which has increased rapidly during the last decade.Even though graft patency seems to be comparable with non-diabetics in modern series, an inferior clinical outcome is often assumed for the diabetics.The aim of this evaluation, in addi- tion to discussing the technical aspect of graft permeability, is therefore to elucidate the clinical status of diabetic patients follow- ing infrainguinal arterial bypass surgery.For this purpose, the healing process of pedal lesions, limb salvage rate, and the survival in diabetics is analyzed and then compared with the clinical outcome in non-diabetics. Keywords Abb.1  Reversed Bypass von der Femorodistal arterial reconstruction · A. poplitea zur distalen A. tibialis Diabetes mellitus · Graft patency · anterior (links) sowie in situ Bypass von der A. femoralis superficialis Healing of pedal lesions · Limb salvage · zur A. fibularis (links) Survival Zur Planung einer Gefäßrekon- fragenualem Transplantatanschluss als struktion mit dazu erforderlicher präzi- Bypassmaterial der ersten Wahl,wobei die angewandte Bypasstechnik („re- ser Darstellung der Fußgefäße hat wohl in Übereinstimmung mit Akbari http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Gefässchirurgie Springer Journals

Die ischämische Form des diabetischen Fußsyndroms

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Springer-Verlag
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Copyright © 2002 by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Vascular Surgery
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0948-7034
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10.1007/s00772-002-0224-9
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Abstract

In this review, direct and indirect methods of revascularisation in diabetics with ischaemic foot lesions are discussed.This work focuses on infrainguinal arterial reconstructions in diabetic patients with critical limb isch- aemia, the frequency of which has increased rapidly during the last decade.Even though graft patency seems to be comparable with non-diabetics in modern series, an inferior clinical outcome is often assumed for the diabetics.The aim of this evaluation, in addi- tion to discussing the technical aspect of graft permeability, is therefore to elucidate the clinical status of diabetic patients follow- ing infrainguinal arterial bypass surgery.For this purpose, the healing process of pedal lesions, limb salvage rate, and the survival in diabetics is analyzed and then compared with the clinical outcome in non-diabetics. Keywords Abb.1  Reversed Bypass von der Femorodistal arterial reconstruction · A. poplitea zur distalen A. tibialis Diabetes mellitus · Graft patency · anterior (links) sowie in situ Bypass von der A. femoralis superficialis Healing of pedal lesions · Limb salvage · zur A. fibularis (links) Survival Zur Planung einer Gefäßrekon- fragenualem Transplantatanschluss als struktion mit dazu erforderlicher präzi- Bypassmaterial der ersten Wahl,wobei die angewandte Bypasstechnik („re- ser Darstellung der Fußgefäße hat wohl in Übereinstimmung mit Akbari

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GefässchirurgieSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 1, 2002

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