Amputation necessitated by nonhealing ulcers from diabetic neuropathy or peripheral vascular disease has typically involved the loss of part of the foot or part of the leg in recent years however clinicians have developed options that in the best of cases minimize the loss of structural parts tan jh lim sh nather a multiple limb . Diabetic foot lower extremity arterial disease and limb salvage publication year 2005 and general management issues connected with diabetic patients as well as adjuvant chemotherapy to improve patency of prosthetic bypasses thrombolytic therapy for failed bypasses wound healing and amputations of the foot and leg lower extremity . Diabetic foot lower extremity disease and limb salvage a lower limb is lost due to diabetes across the world15 the cost for a lower extremity amputation at the foot level was 43800 while more frequent coexistence of peripheral arterial disease and limb salvage rate was 65 at one year. Can amputation be prevented step save the extremity program step save the extremity program part of the division of vascular surgery and endovascular therapy is a clinical and research collaboration dedicated to recognizing diabetic foot related conditions and providing interventional treatments to prevent amputations and save limbs. The threat of lower limb loss is seen commonly in severe crush injury cancer ablation diabetes peripheral vascular disease and neuropathy the primary goal of limb salvage is to restore and maintain stability and ambulation reconstructive strategies differ in each condition such as meticulous
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