A Holistic Approach and Successful Treatment of Chronic Wound in Diabetes Mellitus by Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Combined with Optimized Diet

@inproceedings{Bolouri2017AHA,
  title={A Holistic Approach and Successful Treatment of Chronic Wound in Diabetes Mellitus by Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Combined with Optimized Diet},
  author={Hamid Bolouri and A. Hajimirsadeghi},
  year={2017}
}
The underlying pathomechanisms of delayed wound healing in patients with diabetes mellitus is still a frequent and very severe problem. From a holistic point of view however, contemporary management of chronic wounds attempts to improve natural healing and individualization of treatment. Herein, we report an effective usage of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), both subcutaneously and topically, in combination with an optimized glycemic control diet in a chronic and nonhealing wound. Over 26 weeks, a… 

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