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September 26, 2017

Nursing Home Debridement Shows Promise for Wounds

Traditional surgical debridement helped reduce wound size for a majority of wound care patients in skilled nursing settings, but it didn't typically lead to full closure, according to a new study in Wounds. Investigators reviewed the charts of 227 patients affiliated with a Los Angeles-based wound care practice. The group had a total of 319 wounds, and 190 of them were treated with weekly debridement. Read More

WHO: 'Serious Lack' of Antibiotics in Development to Address Resistance

In a new report, WHO warned of a "serious lack" of new antibiotics in development to address the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance. The agency said nine of 11 biologicals in early-stage development target priority pathogens Staphylococcus aureus and P. aeruginosa, but it is unclear if such treatments could serve as real alternatives to antibiotics. Read More

Diabetes-Related Amputations up Significantly in California - and San Diego

Clinicians are amputating more toes, legs, ankles and feet of patients with diabetes in California - and San Diego County in particular - in a "shocking" trend that has mystified diabetes experts here and across the country. Statewide, lower-limb amputations increased by more than 31 percent from 2010 to 2016 when adjusted for population change. In San Diego County, the increase was more than twice that: 66.4 percent. Read More