Surgical Soft Tissue Closure of Severe Diabetic Foot Infections: A Combination of Biologics, Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, and Skin Grafting

Creative surgical strategies are often warranted for long-term closure of diabetic foot wounds. This article provides a case report describing the successive use of negative pressure wound therapy, advanced biologics, and split thickness skin grafting for healing an extensive surgical wound. Although the success of these therapies is enticing, their use should be based on careful patient selection in a multidisciplinary setting.

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Surgical Soft Tissue Closure of Severe Diabetic Foot Infections: A Combination of Biologics, Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, and Skin Grafting

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