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  • March 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 3
    “Clearly, there are two schools of thought on doing a P&A  in the presence of a paronychia.”
—Dr. Joseph

    44,030 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    Is it an infection or an inflammation? That’s just one of the questions about the paronychia that came up during a roundtable discussion among DPMs. They also addressed the debate over doing a P&A for a paronychia, whether soaking is the ideal treatment and what you should do differently when treating a diabetic who has a paronychia. Here are their comments. Warren Joseph, DPM: Any of us who have had a paronychia know they hurt. These patients will come into your office and they are in pain. They’ve all been to their family doctor, their primary doctor if they’re HMO patients a... continue reading
    By John McCord, DPM
    1,621 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    “This product has the ability to reduce pain, conserve autograft, protect from bacterial invasion, maintain a moisture balance and keep the wound warm,” explains Dr. Snyder.

    13,548 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    There have been many technological advances in wound care over the past decade, ranging from research into the wound healing model to the role of growth factors and the use of living skin constructs in clinical practice. With this in mind, our expert panelists take a closer look at Apligraf and their experiences in using this product. Q: Do you use Apligraf much in your practice? If so, when do you use it in the course of treatment? A: Both Robert Snyder, DPM, and Sheldon Ross, DPM, use Apligraf frequently in their practices. David Armstrong, DPM, says he uses Apligraf if he does no... continue reading