М. А. Машкова, Т. В. Мохорт, В. А. Горанов, Е. И. Шишко,Л. А. Хватова, О. Ю. Сыманович, И. С. Пукита
УО «Белорусский государственный медицинский университет», УЗ «Городской эндокринологический диспансер» г. Минска
Цель исследования: изучить взаимосвязь между уровнем про- и антивоспалительных цитокинов в сыворотке крови и раневом отделяемом у пациентов с синдромом диабетической стопы (СДС), скоростью заживления язвенных дефектов стоп и степенью компенсации сахарного диабета (СД).
ключевые слова: синдром диабетической стопы, язвы стоп, интерлейкины, местный и системный цитокиновый статус, HbA1c
Local and systemic cytokine status in patients with diabetic foot syndrome with chronic foot ulcers
M. А. Mashkova, T. V. Mokhort, V. A. Goranov, A. I. Shyshko, l. A. Chvatova, O. Y. Symanovich, I. S. Pukita
Objective: to study the relationship of cytokines level in patients with diabetic foot syndrome (DFS) with ulcers healing rate and diabetes compensation.
keywords: diabetic foot syndrome, foot ulcer, interleukins, local and systemic cytokine status, HbA1c
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