The Diabetic Foot / Edition 2

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Overview

Edited by renown researchers from one of the oldest and most experienced diabetic foot centers in the world, The Diabetic Foot, Second Edition, features established and effective treatments to diabetic foot disease as well as new developments in basic and clinical research. Considerably expanded and updated from the acclaimed first edition, its topics range from proven preventive strategies to cutting-edge wound care techniques that are drawn from new developments such as growth factors and living skin equivalents. Also included are new chapters on the physiology and pathophysiology of wound healing, preparation of wound bed, and new information on the development of foot imaging and treatment.

In keeping with the spirit of the first edition, this volume gives the reader a full view of diabetic foot disease and emphasizes the need for a multidisciplinary approach in its management. The Diabetic Foot, Second Edition is an essential reference for the growing problem of diabetes. It will be a great value to diabetologists, endocrinologists, internists, family physicians, podiatrists, vascular surgeons, and orthopedic surgeons in finding a thorough presentation for treating diabetic foot disease.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Martin C. Yorath, DPM (Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science)
Description: This book, part of the Contemporary Diabetes series, is a comprehensive and essential resource for any practitioner involved in the treatment of the diabetic foot. Its 25 chapters are enhanced with illustrations, algorithms, and tables and provide information on some of the recent advances (especially in wound care) in this developing field since the previous edition of 2002.
Purpose: The editors have provided a multidisciplinary approach to the diabetic foot. Given the increasing incidence of diabetes and the complications that go with it, this new edition is both timely and necessary for anyone involved in treating this complex disease.
Audience: Input has been sought from all of the specialties involved in treatment of the diabetic foot, thus reinforcing the multidisciplinary approach. This book will be of particular value to the practitioner, but some students, particularly in podiatry, will find it a wonderful resource, too. Through their positions at the Joslin-Beth Israel Deaconess Foot Center, the editors are well qualified to provide the leadership and oversight of this manuscript.
Features: The most impressive aspect of this book is the comprehensive approach that it provides. No aspect of the diabetic foot, locally or systemically, has been overlooked. Diagrams and tables are easy to follow. While color prints are always desirable, the black-and-white plates are of good quality and illustrate nicely the essential points. There is good use of algorithms, particularly in the areas of neuropathy and clinical examination.
Assessment: This book is a must have for those who provide care to patients with this condition. As the editors suggest in the preface, diabetes is becoming a pandemic, and this book provides essential information. The second edition is completely justified given recent advances in the field. It is not a pocket reference, and there are other, more portable texts that meet this need. For comprehensiveness, however, this book is unsurpassed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781588296108
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/1/2006
  • Series: Contemporary Diabetes Series
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to Diabetes: Principles of Care in the Surgical Patient With Diabetes

Peter Sheehan

Epidemiology and Health Care Costs for Diabetic Foot Problems

Gayle E. Reiber and Lynne V. McFarland

The Evolution of Wound Healing: From Art to Science

I. Kelman Cohen

The Wound-Healing Process

Jeffrey M. Davidson and Luisa DiPietro

Induced Regeneration of Skin and Peripheral Nerves

Eric C. Soller and Ioannis V. Yannas

Diabetic Neuropathy

Solomon Tesfaye

Microvascular Changes in the Diabetic Foot

Thanh Dinh and Aristidis Veves

Clinical Features and Diagnosis of Macrovascular Disease

Chantel Hile, Nikhil Kansal, Allen Hamdan, and Frank W. LoGerfo

Foot Pressure Abnormalities in the Diabetic Foot

Thomas E. Lyons, Barry I. Rosenblum, and Aristidis Veves

Biomechanics of the Diabetic Foot: The Road to Foot Ulceration

C. H. M. van Schie and A. J. M. Boulton

Clinical Examination of the Diabetic Foot and the Identification of the At-Risk Patient

Stephanie Wu, David G. Armstrong, Lawrence A. Lavery, and Lawrence B. Harkless

Imaging of the Diabetic Foot

Mary G. Hochman, Yvonne Cheung, David P. Brophy, and J. Anthony Parker

Microbiology and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections

Adolf W. Karchmer

Charcot Arthropathy in the Diabetic Foot

Robert G. Frykberg

Preparation of the Wound Bed of the Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Vincent Falanga

Local Care of Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Assessment, Dressings, and Topical Treatments

Oscar M. Alvarez, Lee Markowitz, and Martin Wendelken

Surgical Treatment of the Ulcerated Foot

John M. Giurini

Amputation and Rehabilitation of the Diabetic Foot

Ronald A. Sage, Michael Pinzur, Rodney Stuck, and Coleen Napolitano

Soft Tissue Reconstructive Options for the Ulcerated or Gangrenous Diabetic Foot

Christopher E. Attinger

Role of Growth Factors in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulceration

David L. Steed

Living Skin Equivalents for the Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Thanh Dinh and Aristidis Veves

Lower Extremity Arterial Reconstruction in Patients With Diabetes Mellitus: Principles of Treatment

Kakra Hughes, David Campbell, and Frank B. Pomposelli, Jr.

Angioplasty and Other Noninvasive Vascular Surgical Procedures

Sherry D. Scovell

Psychosocial and Educational Implications of Diabetic Foot Complications

Katie Weinger and Arlene Smaldone

The Role of Footwear in the Prevention of Diabetic Foot Problems

Luigi Uccioli

Index

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