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James B. McGuire, PT, DPM, CPED, FAPWHc

James B. McGuire



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Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine - Foot and Ankle Institute

148 N. 8th Stret

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Phone: 215-777-5808

Temple University Foot & Ankle Institute Broad Street

3223 N. Broad Street

Suite 150

Philadelphia, PA 19140

Phone: 215-777-5808


Peer-Reviewed Articles
1. Cutting K, McGuire J. Safe, long-term management of bioburden that helps promote healing Evidence review of DACC technology. Journal of Wound Care 05/2015; 24(Sup5a):S3-S5.

2. McGuire JB. Reintroducing the Total Contact Cast to the continuum of Care. Wound Care Therapies. Spring. 2015.

3. Pirozzi K, McGuire J, Meyr. A comparison of two total contact cast constructs with variable body mass. Journal of Wound Care. APWH Supplement. Vol. 23, No. 7, July 2014.

4. Priozzi K, McGuire J, Meyr. Effect of Variable Body Mass on Planter Foot Pressure and Off-Loading Device Efficacy. The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 53(2014) 588-597.

5. McGuire JB, Greene T. What is the Essential TCC? Podiatry Management, August 2014. Pp117-125.

6. McGuire J and Sadoughi N. Hydroconductive Wound Dressings. Podiatry Management. Vol. 32, No. 6, August 2013, pp 145-150.

7. McGuire JB. Maintaining Bacterial Balance with DACC Technology. Podiatry Management. March 2013. pp 87-94.

8. Weingarten MS, Samuels JA, Neidrauer M, Mao X, Diaz D, McGuire J, et al. Diffuse near-infrared spectroscopy prediction of healing in diabetic foot ulcers: A human study and cost analysis. Wound Repair and Regeneration. Vol. 20, Issue 6, pp 911-920. Nov- Dec 2012.

9. McGuire JB. A Transitional Approach to Off-loading the Diabetic Foot. Advances in Skin & Wound Care: April 2010 - Volume 23 - Issue 4 - pp 175-188.

10. Fowler E, Scott-Williams S, McGuire JB. Practice Recommendations for Preventing Heel Pressure Ulcers. Ostomy Wound Management, Vol. 54, Issue 10, 42-57, October 2008.

11. Kravitz SR, McGuire J, Zinszer K. Management of Skin Ulcers: Understanding the Mechanism and Selection of Enzymatic Debriding Agents. Advances in Skin & Wound Care: February 2008 - Volume 21 - Issue 2 - pp 72-74.

12. Kravitiz SR, McGuire J, Sharma, S. The Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Reviewing the Literature and a Surgical Algorithm. Advances in Skin & Wound Care: April 2007 - Volume 20 - Issue 4 - pp 227-237.

Other Articles
1. McGuire J. Reintroducing the Total Contact Cast to the Continuum of Care: Reestablishing “Gold Standards” in Wound Healing. Wound Care Therapies. Spring 2015. Pp18- 24.

2. Hampel-Kalthoff C, McGuire J, Munter K, Ehmann S, Will K. Compression treatment of patients with venous disease or phlebolymphoedema: Implementation of a new two-layer compression bandage system JOBST® Compri2. Meddizin & Praxis. Vein Diseases/Ulcer Cruris. 2015.

3. McGuire J. Transitioning from Open Wound to Final Footwear. Offloading the Diabetic Foot Part II. Current Pedorthics, July/August 2014.

4. McGuire J. Transitioning from Open Wound to Final Footwear. Offloading the Diabetic Foot Part I. Podiatry Today, June 2012.

5. McGuire J. “Offloading the Diabetic Foot”, Lower Extremity Review, August, 2009.

Books, Monographs and Chapters
1. Scarborugh P, McGuire J. Chapter 7: Diabetes and the Diabetic Foot in Hamm RL. Text and Atlas of Wound Diagnosis and Treatment. McGraw-Hill Education 2015. Pp193-226.

2. Lavery LA, McGuire JB, Baronoski S, Ayello EA, Kravitz S. Chapter 16, Diabetic Foot Ulcers in Baronoski S, and Ayello EA. Wound Care Essentials, 3 rd Edition, 2012. Lippincott Williams and Wilkens. Pp 420-446.

3. McGuire J., Albert S. Arthritis and the Geriatric Foot and Ankle: Biomechanical Considerations, in Lower Extremity Biomechanics: Theory and Practice, Stephen Albert, editor. 2006.

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