This calculator uses existing population data to provide a functional tool for health systems, policy makers and administrators to best estimate and plan resource utilization. Reference 1. Miller, J.D., Giovinco, N.A., Mills, J.L. and Armstrong, D.G., 2014. The Diabetic-Foot Online Clinic Utilization Score (DFOCUS): A calculator for estimating clinic volume and utilization. Wound Medicine, […]Read More The Diabetic Foot Online Clinic Utilization Score: An Online Calculator to Predict Outpatient Volume
David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) at the Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (USC) served as the keynote lecture for the first ever Brown-Harvard Symposium on Wound Healing. “We are honored to have David fly across the country to join us […]Read More USC’s Armstrong Keynotes first Brown-Harvard Symposium on Wound Healing
What a wonderful meeting this is. As promised here is your lecture.Read More Attending the @UCLA Geriatrics Course? Here is your lecture!
This from Jolynn Tumelo and Podiatry ManagementRead More Making Limb Saving Alliances @Keckmedusc and Beyond #ToeandFlow
As you may know, DFCon18 is approaching. We typically welcome people from 50 nations and all 50 states. This year will be no different. We’d love to see you there– but we also are happy to have you there virtually (along with 3200 of your toe and flowmigos). Live Broadcast & On-Demand Access NOW AVAILABLE […]Read More DFCon: 11-13 October, 2018– In Person…or Streaming (in your PJ’s)…it’s up to you! Here’s how.
We at SALSA@USC are pleased to have participated in this collaborative effort to provide guidance to the nearly quarter million people with diabetes who perform Hajj each year. This manuscript has been published in BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. 16 steps to keep the foot healthy before, during and after the Hajj15 17–19 Daily […]Read More 16 steps to protect your feet during Hajj (Muslim pilgrimage) @BMJ @APMA @FootinDiabetes #ActAgainstAmputation @KeckMedUSC
A record breaking symposium in Mexico City featured key podiatric and vascular surgeons from the United States. The symposium, Endovascular Horizons Latin America (better known as HENDOLAT) brought together surgeons from three continents. “To see this meeting grow as it has is a testament to its organizers, particularly (vascular surgeon) Miguel Montero-Baker.” noted Jeff Ross, […]Read More @BCM_Surgery and @KeckMedUSC Podiatric and Vascular Surgeons Featured @HENDOLAT Symposium in Mexico City
By request! Enjoy!!! 1. Remission 2. Making SALSA: Toe and Flow 3. Surgical Reconstruction: your WIFI settings 4. New Technologies for the Patient in RemissionRead More Attending @Hendolat ? Here are our lectures. Please copy, improve, share and pay it forward! #ToeandFlow @keckmedusc
Here’s to Chia-Ding (JD) Shih, SALSA@USC fellow, for a wonderful article on his experience at Dartmouth as an APMA TDI Pubic Health Fellow.Read More My Adventures in Public Health: A Message on Mentoring and Paying it Forward from SALSA@USC Fellow, JD Shih @APMA @KeckMedUSC @PodMedColleges @DartmthSurgHSR
Congrats to the CSAIL team at MIT for this awesome work. via MIT’s ‘GPS’ for the body can locate hidden implantsRead More MIT’s ‘GPS’ for the body can locate hidden implants