Integrated surgical team lowered amputation risk at Ariz. hospital

A wound care team that includes a podiatrist and a vascular surgeon can significantly reduce the risk of diabetic foot ulcers' requiring amputation, according to a study by two University of Arizona doctors. The research also showed having an integrated surgical team is tied to more proactive procedures, rather than reactive emergency amputations.

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