Journal articlesThe use of VAC® therapy, offloading techniques and sharp debridement to manage a neuroischaemic foot

The use of VAC® therapy, offloading techniques and sharp debridement to manage a neuroischaemic foot

01/09/09 | Diabetic foot ulcers, Products | Tania Woodrow

The following case report outlines the management of a neuroischaemic diabetic gentleman (Mr E) referred to his local hospital following partial forefoot amputation and the challenges faced. Mr E was a 64-year-old insulin-dependent diabetic of fifteen years’ duration, with a history of myocardial infarction and coronary artery bypass grafting.