Large Medicare Study Shows Benefits of DHACM for DFUs

22. March 2022
Eskild Bang Heinemeier

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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