Diabetic foot syndrome, which is one of the complications of diabetes mellitus, is characterized by a change in biochemical parameters from negative to positive, and thanks to a new method in Uzbekistan for the treatment of diabetic foot syndrome, patients recover their working capacity and resume their quality of life. Study of the effect of the new drug "Rheomannisol" on vital organs, taking into account of diagnostics and prevention of pathophysiological aspects in the complex treatment of experimental diabetic foot syndrome.


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Zokhirov Adkhamjon Rafiqovich, Tojiev Shakhzod Rustamovich, Olimova Gulasal Zokir qizi, Abdumalikova Saodat Ozod qizi, Khujamurodova Gulzora Pirmamat qizi, Ermaxamadova Ra‘no Elmurod qizi, Musoeva Mushtariybonu Zavqiddin qizi, & Olimjonova Mukhlisakhon Bahodir qizi. (2023). A Modern Approach to the Study and Analysis of Biochemical Parameters in Diabetic Foot Syndrome. Texas Journal of Medical Science, 19, 39–47. https://doi.org/10.62480/tjms.2023.vol19.pp39-47


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