Second-line treatment of limb-threatening diabetic foot infections with intravenous fosfomycin.


Diabetic foot infections (DFI) expanding to bones and joints are associated with a poor prognosis of limb salvage. The bactericidal epoxide fosfomycin accumulates in inflamed soft and bone tissue, and may represent a potential treatment option for targeting severe DFI. Fifty-two patients (35 men, 17 women, mean age 62.9 +/- SD 9.2 years) with limb… (More)


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