Superb work from our SALSAmigos in Soest and Duesseldorf. Understanding that diabetic foot complications are lifetime conditions– and not just individual events fundamentally changes how we might model outcomes and care. Study of Disease Progression and Relevant Risk Factors in Diabetic Foot Patients Using a Multistate Continuous-Time Markov Chain Model Alexander Begun1*, Stephan Morbach1,2, […]Read More A Model to Predict Outcome of The Diabetic Foot? A Nine State Solution.
The Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) of the Department of Surgery at the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine presented multiple studies at the national Diabetes Technology Meeting in Bethesda. SALSA Scientist and research Assistant Professor, Dr. Manish Bharara was presenting four SALSA studies on Thermometry (tissue health monitoring; thermal stimulation of tissue), Charcot […]Read More University of Arizona’s SALSA Represented at Diabetes Technology Meeting, Bethesda 2010
The mobile phone philosophy to improve the care of patients with Diabetes and it’s complications seems to be catching up. In the last few weeks, we reported SALSA’s “Facetime” based real time medical consults and telemedicine program using mobile phones in France. Here is an update on using mobile phones for educating diabetics, from our […]Read More Mobile Phone Based "Education Packets": Updates from India