The Utilization of an Autologous Topical Blood Tissue Matrix in the Treatment of Chronic Wounds in Patients with Diabetes


Robert Snyder, DPM, MSc, MBA, CWSP, FFPM RCPS (Glasg)

Robert Snyder, DPM, MSc, MBA, CWSP, FFPM RCPS (Glasg)
Professor and Director of Clinical Research
Fellowship Director in
Wound Care and Research
Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine
Miami, FL

This presentation will discuss the chronicity of foot ulcers in patients with diabetes and a novel cell/ tissue-based therapy that could accelerate healing. This discussion will include evidence-based studies, case reviews, and a hypothesis of the mechanism of action.

Learning Objectives:

  1. To discuss the epidemiology of the diabetic foot.
  2. To review the differences between acute and chronic wound biochemistry and the extracellular matrix.
  3. To learn about an autologous topical blood matrix tissue matrix that has been shown to accelerate wound healing.
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