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Electronic stimulation could accelerate wound healing, according to research conducted by scientists from the University of Manchester. The study, published in PLOS ONE, could lead to significant improvements in the way that diabetic wounds are treated, reducing the risk of foot ulcers and amputation.

Source: Electronic stimulation could improve wound healing in people with diabetes, study suggests

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PV Mayer

Dr. Perry Mayer is the Medical Director of The Mayer Institute (TMI), a center of excellence in the treatment of the diabetic foot. He received his undergraduate degree from Queen’s University, Kingston and medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

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