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The use of laser photodynamic therapy in the prevention of purulent-necrotic complications after high amputations of the lower limbs at the level of the lower leg in patients with diabetes mellitus.

Author: KHAMDAMOV ZARIFOVICH, AKHMEDOV RAXMAD MAKHMUDOVICH, KHAMDAMOV ALISHERJON BAKHTIYOROVICH
Abstract: Clinical analysis of the effectiveness of various methods of postoperative management of patients in the surveyed groups showed that it is suitable for both reducing postoperative wound complications and lethality(10,11,22) and for generalizing the wound process from the amputation stump in the diabetic foot syndrome is the inclusion of a laser photodynamic therapy of the area of amputation stump, which contributed to a sharp reduction in wound infections from amputation stump from 25,3% to 5,9%, lethality from 7,7% to 1,97% (5,23).
Keyword: photodynamic therapy, amputation of lower limbs, diabetes mellitus, prevention after operational complications , diabetic foot syndrome.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.03.089
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