Large Medicare Study Shows Benefits of DHACM for DFUs

22. March 2022

Large Study of Medicare Patients with DFUs Reveals Benefits of DHACM in Reducing Amputation and Long-Term Health-Care Costs

In a recently published study involving Medicare patients with diabetic foot ulcers, researchers found that the use of dehydrated human amnion/chorion membrane (DHACM) led to less emergency department visits, hospital admissions and lower extremity amputations in comparison to standard-of-care treatment…

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Emphasizing Limb Loss Prevention with the New ALPS Student Chapter at TUSPM

Temitope Elizabeth Adebayo and Benita Jebackumar, two second-year students at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (TUSPM), have seen the impact of diabetes and amputation firsthand in their families. Adebayo recalls losing a family member to diabetes and amputation. Jebackumar says her great grandmother lost a leg due to diabetic gangrene and her grandmother passed away after a combination of osteomyelitis and vascular complications…

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Nevro Announces Three Important Clinical Data Publications for Treating Painful Diabetic Neuropathy with 10 kHz Therapy

Twelve-Month Data From Landmark SENZA-PDN Randomized Controlled Trial Show HFX for PDN Significantly and Durably Reduces Painful Diabetic Neuropathy Symptoms and Improves Lower Limb PDN-Related Neurological Function. Long-Term, Real-World Evidence Further Supports Nevro's High-Frequency 10 kHz Therapy to Treat Painful Diabetic Neuropathy Compared to Conventional Medical Management…

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