Diabetes incidence, complications, foot ulcers

Diabetes is an ever- increasing condition. Recent estimates have suggest that approximately 285 million people worldwide have this condition...

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Annual Visual Inspection and Identification...

The IDF (2005) and the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE...

Education of people with diabetes and...

There is limited evidence from randomised controlled trials about the value...

Correct foot wear

Ill-fitting shoes which rub or pinch the feet excessively can lead to ulceration and foot injury,...

Rapid treatment of all foot problems

Rapid management by a team of healthcare professionals skilled in the various...

Successful treatment Safetac Technology

The benefits of using dressings with Safetac technologyin the management...

Successful treatment of Hard to heal...

Although the evidence to date is limited, the useof advanced therapies,...

Successful Treatment using Negative...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) has recently been recommended in...

Diabetes and the foot

People with diabetes can develop two main complications that affect the feet. Peripheral neuropathy

A review of the challenges of the Diabetic...

 With the anticipated global increase in diabetes from 366 million in...