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Currently, due to the achievements of reconstructive surgery of occlusive lesions of the arteries, successful revascularization of the extremities has become possible in 60-70% of patients [3,4]. However, the timing of vascular shunts functioning directly depends on the initial degree of chronic limb ischemia, as well as on the state of the peripheral arterial bed [5,6,7]. In more than 70% of cases in patients with critical ischemia, amputation of the lower extremities is preceded by a foot ulcer and other complications. The methods of surgical and conservative treatment of purulent-necrotic complications of diabetic foot syndrome used in modern treatment practice do not always allow to achieve stabilization of the process, they are quite expensive and often difficult to perform [8,9,10].
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