Maggot debridement therapy
PICOT: In diabetic adults (P) with wounds lasting greater than three months, does maggot debridement therapy (I) verses surgical debridement © lead to better wound healing (O) over a year (T)? Aim: The aim of research was to compare maggot debridement therapy versus surgical debridement of necrotic tissue in patients with chronic diabetic wounds, lasting greater than 3 months, to determine which therapy lead to better wound healing over a period of a year. Background: Current statics have found that there are 194 million people worldwide and 25.6 million residence within the United State who ...
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