Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Gangrene Management

New Advancements and Current Trends

Edited by Alexander Vitin

University of Washington, United States of America

Since the book "Gangrene: Current Concepts and Management Options" had been published in August 2011, certain advancements in the field have been observed and several important multicenter studies have been successfully accomplished. The presented book, second in the series, continues the discussion of many clinical, physiological, immune-and bacteriological, as well as socio-economic aspects of the complex problems pertain to diabetes-associated and non-diabetic gangrene management. Of particular interest, current management trends, as well as epidemiology of the gangrene as a most serious, potentially fatal complication, have been discussed in details.

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Gangrene ManagementNew Advancements and Current TrendsEdited by Alexander Vitin

Published: March 27th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/45961

ISBN: 978-953-51-1061-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-7121-8

Copyright year: 2013

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9273 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

2 Web of Science Citations

4 Dimensions Citations


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1. A Review of Clinical Manifestations of Gangrene in Western Uganda

By Dafiewhare O.E., Agwu E., Ekanem P., Ezeonwumelu J.O.C., Okoruwa G. and Shaban A.


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2. Impact Assessment of Diabetic Gangrene in Western Uganda

By P.E. Ekanem, D.O. Ephraim, A.M. Ajayi, R. Ekanem and E. Agwu


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3. Trends in Amputation

By F. Santosa and K. Kröger


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4. Perineal Gas Gangrene: Two Cases Report and Review of the Literature

By Slim Jarboui, Abdelwaheb Hlel, Alifa Daghfous and Lamia Rezgui Marhoul


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5. Diabetic Foot Ulcer

By Bardia Farzamfar, Reza Nazari and Saeed Bayanolhagh


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