Study: Human amniotic membrane aids diabetic wound healing

05/1/2014 | Medical News Today

A randomized study of 40 patients found that 92.5% of diabetic foot ulcers healed during a 12-week period when treated with dehydrated human amniotic membrane allografts, according to a presentation at the spring Symposium on Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society. Wounds treated weekly healed twice as fast as those receiving biweekly applications.

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