References for Diabetes and Infection
Medical Intelligence: Drug Therapy -- The Physiologic Replacement of Insulin: An Elusive Goal.
Original Articles: Role of Insulin in Management of Surgical Patients with Diabetes Mellitus.
Original Articles: Perioperative Management of Diabetic Subjects: Subcutaneous Versus Intravenous Insulin Administration During Glucose-Potassium Infusion.
The influence of diabetes mellitus on the healing of closed fractures.
Diabetic foot infections. Bacteriologic analysis.
Arthrodesis of the diabetic neuropathic ankle joint.
Simplified two-stage below-knee amputation for unsalvageable diabetic foot infections.
Total knee arthroplasty in diabetes mellitus.
Treatment of resistant ulcers on the plantar surface of the great toe in diabetics.
Prognostic value of systolic ankle and toe blood pressure levels in outcome of diabetic foot ulcer.
Quantitative aerobic and anaerobic bacteriology of infected diabetic feet.
Partial and total calcanectomy: a review of thirty-one consecutive cases over a ten-year period.
Microbiology of superficial and deep tissues in infected diabetic gangrene.
Microbiology of deep tissue in diabetic gangrene.
Role of insulin in management of surgical patients with diabetes mellitus.
Intensive insulin therapy: Part II. Multicomponent insulin regimens.
Intensive insulin therapy: Part I. Basic principles.
Perioperative control of blood glucose in diabetic patients: a two-step protocol.
Chemotaxis of polymorphonuclear leukocytes from patients with diabetes mellitus.
The effect of long-term intensified insulin treatment on the development of microvascular complications of diabetes mellitus.
Deaths associated with diabetic ketoacidosis A and hyperosmolar coma. 1973-1988.
The results of operations on the lumbar spine in patients who have diabetes mellitus.
Deformity following fracture in diabetic neuropathic osteoarthropathy. Operative management of adults who have type-I diabetes.
Original Articles: Improvement in Glucose Tolerance and Insulin Resistance in Obese Subjects Treated with Troglitazone.
Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.
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