Amputation levels in Germany 2005-2015: More toes, fewer legs, less death. Good news?

More toe amputations, fewer leg amputations in Germany

These data from Spoden and coworkers suggest a steady trend toward lower mortality and lower level of amputation despite a higher prevalence of peripheral artery disease.

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  1. For all practical purposes, Dr. Edmunds is certainly a key figure in finding the best solution for treating foot ulcers, also, any diabetic complication. Dr. Edmunds has set up a major, unavoidable and highly offensive strike force. But, that does not say that the recidivism is distant. When there is recidivism, the battle is lost. In all that I read on this page, it is the care of na neuropathy and ischemia that caught my attention. Then comes the presence of the podiatrist. The key to this success is the. This success will be automatic established on the whole field of the complication and it will be less expensive, therefore accessible to a large majority of diabetic patient. I am more confident than ever, in my approach to the treatment by the control of immature keratinocytes.
    1981 to 2017.
    The authorities have taken 36 years to understand the work of Dr. Edmunds, and advocate this multidisciplinary approach I hope it will not take 72 to see that the treatment of immature keratinocytes is of extreme importance for the complication in diabetes

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