Influence of bioengineered skin substitutes on diabetic foot ulcer and venous leg ulcer outcomes.

  title={Influence of bioengineered skin substitutes on diabetic foot ulcer and venous leg ulcer outcomes.},
  author={C Barber and Alison P Watt and Chau Pham and Kennneth Humphreys and Anthony K. J. Penington and Keith L A Mutimer and M Edwards and Guy J Maddern},
  journal={Journal of wound care},
  volume={17 12},
This systematic review indicates that bioengineered skin substitutes with a dermal component may improve healing outcomes in diabetic foot ulcers and venous leg ulcers. However, better designed trials with longer follow-up periods are needed. 

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