About the book
This book discusses the important features of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), including an investigation of its pathogenesis and pathophysiology, along with the molecular mechanisms and biomechanics of the DFUs. It also investigated the epidemiological, genetic, and molecular mechanisms of DFUs and also highlight their applications in clinical practice along with associated risk factors in the progression of DFUs. The book will explore the role of cytokines, epigenetics, and microRNAs that will assist in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers It also highlights the need for newer horizons of nanotechnology in the management of DFUs. Exploring the current clinical management of DFUs along with the latest developments, future directions, and potential new treatments in the domain of nanotechnology using extracellular vesicles, stem cells, nanorods, genetic therapies, and quantum dots to prevent diabetic foot complications The book is a valuable resource for clinicians, researchers, and medical graduates but will also appeal to basic scientists working in the field.