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  • Evaluation of risk factors associated with diabetic foot ulcers in Saudi Arabia. [Journal Article]
  • CDCurr Diabetes Rev 2018 Aug 16
  • Al-Ayed MY, Ababneh M, … Al Dawish MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The issues of loss of protective sensation, vascular insufficiency, deformity, previous amputations, and dermatological abnormalities of the lower limbs were found to be most common among the foot ulceration patients. The study findings thus recommend regular foot examination, following of basic hygiene habits, encouragement of the use of appropriate footwear, patient education about foot ulcers, and prompt treatment for minor injuries to prevent further ulceration in DM patients.
  • Sustained and targeted episcleral delivery of celecoxib in a rabbit model of retinal and choroidal neovascularization. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Retina Vitreous 2018; 4:31
  • Lima LH, Farah ME, … de Carvalho RA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this rabbit model of retinal and subretinal neovascularization, episcleral celecoxib delivery was demonstrated to significantly inhibit neovascularization. It was also noticed, although not statistically significant, an apparent effect of episcleral celecoxib on preventing tractional retinal detachment secondary to epiretinal fibrovascular proliferation. The transscleral delivery of celecoxib combined with sustained-release strategy may have impact in the treatment of retinal and choroidal proliferative diseases.
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