Raj Mani

Raj Mani
University of Southampton · Academic Unit of Human Development and Health

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Publications (45)
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The involvement of venous disease in the diabetic neuropathic foot is widely accepted. This article reports the result of prevalence of venous incompetence, impaired calf vein hemodynamics, and loss of microvascular control in the skin over the dorsum of the foot in an effort to document whether increased retrograde pressure caused by venous incomp...
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The aim of this paper is to review techniques that are currently available to measure tissue hypoxia in order to benefit the management of wounds. Direct measurement of tissue partial oxygen pressure (PO(2)) is invasive and therefore unappealing in clinical practice. Several techniques (PET scans, MRI derived techniques) are primarily applicable to...
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Standardized outcome measurement in wound healing has been an elusive goal. Whilst research into wound healing science and technology continues to progress rapidly, the lack of a uniform outcome assessment is making comparative analysis of results difficult. This paper seeks to outline the reported clinical, physiological, and histological outcomes...
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In 1981–1982 I was working on a simple test, the ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI), to identify the presence of peripheral ischaemia in patients with clinically diagnosed venous leg ulcers. During this time, a consultant dermatologist showed me a patient with a chronic wound on a ward round. The patient, who was in the autumn of her life, had a...
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Impairment of the cutaneous microcirculation is a major predisposing factor in inflammation and ulceration in patients with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). Increase of capillary filtration rate predisposes to the formation of edema. Local lymphedema is a complication of CVI, often underdiagnosed. This review is focused on CVI but excludes the c...
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This article describes the management of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) using an ambulatory nurse-led pathway and the compression technique using duplex ultrasound. This pathway permits the management of the "walking wounded" as well as other patients at varying risks of having DVT and in so doing has changed the approach toward the management of this...
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Outcomes encompass multiple factors, not just success and failure. They include other considerations such as being workable and profitable to the dentist and safe and acceptable to the patient. The more biological outcomes are most frequently measured. These measurements are on a scale from least to most predictable outcomes of treatment by the den...
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Imaging and hemodynamic information are essential in determining the etiology of lower extremity wounds. Ultra- sound offers a noninvasive method of studying vessel walls and measuring blood flow, thereby providing reliable diagnostic data. This article reviews the role of ultrasound in the management of the lower extremity wound.
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Sustained leg compression is the first line of treatment for patients with chronic venous ulcers. The success rates of this treatment vary, and the mode(s) of action are not well understood. In this study, tissue oxygen tension (TcPO2), surface pH, and reactive hyperemia measurements were made to observe changes associated with sustained compressio...

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