Diabetic Foot: Lower Extremity Arterial Disease and Limb Salvage

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Overview

Understanding tibio-peroneal occlusive disease and its management is vital in treating patients with peripheral vascular disease. Occlusive disease and the resulting ischemia threaten the viability of the lower limb, particularly in diabetics.

Edited by widely-respected vascular surgeon Anton N. Sidawy, this textbook explores all aspects of tibio-peroneal disease, including pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and management of the lower extremity after adequate circulation is restored. It examines risk factors, disease distribution, and general management issues connected with diabetic patients, as well as adjuvant chemotherapy to improve patency of prosthetic bypasses, thrombolytic therapy for failed bypasses, wound healing, and amputations of the foot and leg.

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Reviewer: Samer F Najjar, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This is the most comprehensive book on the management of diabetic foot and limb salvage. It discuses the multimodal approaches necessary for successful outcomes in patients with diabetic foot infections. The editor has assembled an excellent group of authors who are all expert surgeons with many contributions to the concept of limb salvage.
Purpose: The purpose is to present an updated overview of the modern methods used in the diagnosis and management of the diabetic foot and limb salvage. The authors have accomplished this goal in a concise and instructive manner.
Audience: This book is principally aimed at trainees and practicing vascular and podiatric surgeons who will undoubtedly encounter an increasing volume of diabetic patients.
Features: The topics vary from diabetic neuropathy to operative management of foot infections to vein patch construction. There is also a very relevant and timely chapter on infrainguinal angioplasty in diabetics. The book does an excellent job of addressing many important concepts by including ample diagrams and images. Many of these topics are very important to the everyday practicing surgeon considering the sheer volume of diabetic patients one encounters.
Assessment: I enjoyed this book very much. It fills a very important knowledge gap in the management of a large segment of a typical vascular surgeon's patient load. Most other books dedicate merely a single page to this vital topic. This book has been needed for many years and will serve as a valuable reference as it covers all aspects of the topic in an excellent fashion. It should be required reading for all vascular surgeons dedicated to the concept and practice of limb salvage.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781760683
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 12/28/2005
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Pages: 450
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Overview of the Diabetic Foot
Cameron M. Akbari, Anton N. Sidawy

Diabetic Neuropathy
Jonathan M. Weiswasser, Anton N. Sidawy

Biomechanical Impact on the Etiology and Treatment of Neuropathic Ulcerations
Charles Shuman, Ian H. Beiser, Janette Thompson

Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
David Steed

Management Issues of DM & Their Effects on the Progression of Disease
Eric Nylen

Non-operative Management of Diabetic Foot Infections
Matthew C. Wakefield, Virginia L. Kan, Subodh Arora, Jonathan Weiswasser, Anton N. Sidawy

Operative Management of Diabetic Foot Wounds and Infections: Maximizing Length and Optimizing Biomechanics
Christopher Attinger, Karen Kim Evans

Angiosomes of the Foot & Angiosome-Dependent Healing
Christopher Attinger, Karen Kim Evans, Ali Mesbahi

Angiogenesis in Wound Healing
Albeir Y. Mousa, Peter Henderson, K. Craig Kent

The Diabetic Charcot Foot
Robert G. Frykberg, Thomas Zgonis

Anatomic Distribution of Atherosclerotic Lesions as Influenced by Diabetes and Other Risk Factors
Kendra M. Merine, Anton N. Sidawy

Non-atherosclerotic Disease of the Tibial Vessels
Eric Adams, Anton N. Sidawy

Abnormalities of Microcirculation in Diabetes
Christopher J. Abularrage, Anton N. Sidawy, Paul W. White, Jonathan M. Weiswasser, Subodh Arora

Infrapopliteal Arterial Imaging
Anil Hingorani, Enrico Ascher

Embryology of the Arterial System to the Lower Extremities
Joseph M. Giordano

Surgical Approaches, Dissection, and Control
Jamal J. Hoballah, Christopher Bunch

Choice of Inflow Vessel for Distal Arterial Bypass
Paul W. White, Anton N. Sidawy, Christopher J. Abularrage, Jonathan M. Weiswasser, Subodh Arora

Choice of Outflow Infrapopliteal Artery
Joseph D. Raffetto, James O. Menzoian

Autogenous Venous Options and Preparation of Veins Including Angioscopy
Sherry D. Scovell, Frank W. LoGerfo

Tibial Bypasses with Autogenous Tissue and Results
R. Clement Darling, Benjamin B. Chang, Sean P. Roddy

Distal Bypasses to Inframalleolar Vessels
Manju Kalra, Peter Gloviczki

Prosthetic Infrapopliteal Bypasses
Evan C. Lipsitz, Frank J. Veith, Tejas Shah

Distal Arteriovenous Fistulae in Prosthetic Distal Bypasses
Herbert Dardik, Theresa Impeduglia

Vein Cuffs, Patches & Boots in Prosthetic Distal Bypass
Richard Neville

Adjuvant Chemotherapy to Improve Patency of Infrainguinal Bypasses
W. Andrew Tierney, Samuel R. Money

Results of Infrapopliteal Bypasses in Patients with Renal Failure
John C. Lantis, II, Michael S. Conte

Infrapopliteal Bypass Following Proximal Angioplasty
Christopher J. Abularrage, Jonathan M. Weiswasser, Paul White, Subodh Arora, Anton N. Sidawy

Surveillance of Distal Bypasses
Gabor A. Winkler, Keith D. Calligaro, Kevin Doerr, Sandy McAffee-Benett, Matthew J. Dougherty

Infrainguinal Catheter-based Endovascular Interventions
Glenn M. LaMuraglia, Giuseppe R. Nigri

Surgical Repair of Vein Graft Stenoses
Michael L. Miller, Joseph L. Mills, Sr.

Secondary Surgical Procedures for Failed Bypasses
Gautam V. Shrikhande, Bernadette Aulivola, Frank B. Pomposelli, Jr.

Thrombolytic Therapy for Failed Bypass Grafts
Kenneth Ouriel

Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty for Infrainguinal Bypass Grafts
Sean D. O'Donnell, Charles J. Fox, Todd E. Rasmussen, David L. Gillespie

Lower Extremity Major Amputation
Marc E. Mitchell

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