Yue-jie Chu

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The aim of this study is to determine the predictors for reulceration, reamputation and mortality in patients with diabetes following toe amputation, and the impact of activities of daily living on clinical outcomes. This prospective cohort study included 245 patients who had undergone toe amputation (202 healing and 43 non-healing) and was followed for a(More)
The objective was to study risk factors and gene type of DF patients infected with MRSA. A total of 429 DF patients were recruited. The patients with S aureus infections were divided into MRSA and MSSA groups. MRSA were genotyped by SCCmec. pvl and lukE-lukD were detected. A total of 559 pathogens were isolated from them, with G+ bacteria firstly(59.0%),(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the distribution patterns of pathogens isolated from the patients with diabetic foot ulcers and explore the risk factors for infections of methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) or methicillin-resistant S. epidermidis (MRSE). METHODS A total of 388 diabetic-foot patients hospitalized at Tianjin Metabolic Diseases Hospital between(More)
OBJECTIVE 249 diabetic patients with deep foot infection were retrospectively studied. Their clinical features and effective factors related to wound healing were analyzed. METHODS 249 patients team (physician, surgeon and diabetes-specific nurse) were divided into 3 groups. Group A: patients healed without amputation (n = 107), group B: patients healed(More)
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