Mojo Vision is Working on Making AR Contact Lenses a Reality

This, courtesy of Digital Trends magazine Steve Sinclair, the senior vice president of product and marketing at a Silicon Valley startup called Mojo Vision, is excited about the technology his company is developing. And he’s betting you’ll be excited, too — so excited that you’ll forget all about the fact that using it requires you to […]

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Transmetatarsal and Minor Amputation Versus Major Leg Amputation: 30-Day Readmissions, Reamputations, and Complications #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot

Excellent work from Jupiter and coworkers Transmetatarsal and Minor Amputation Versus Major Leg Amputation: 30-Day Readmissions, Reamputations, and Complications Aims: The optimal level of lower-extremity amputation, particularly in diabetic patients with ulceration, is debated. Proximal amputations more greatly decrease function versus distal amputations, but healing and compli- cation rates may differ between the 2 types. […]

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Here’s the DFOOT International Lecture “Limb in the Time of COVID”. Feel free to copy/watch, improve, pay it forward, and #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot @DFOOTInternati1

Here’s the DFOOT International Keynote “Limb in the Time of COVID”

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Our new normal in 4 rooms: One (birthday) girl taking Russian exam @Georgetown another in anatomy exam @MidwesternUniv another rehearsing 4 capstone presentation @PitzerCollege the 4th- Sewing masks @ChloeandOlive #COVID19 #FightOn

Amidst all this frenetic activity, I have been taken by the strange virtual intimacy. I hope that some of this good stuff sticks around and outweighs the bad post pandemic.

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Risk of Ipsilateral Reamputation Following an Incident Toe Amputation Among U.S. Military Veterans With Diabetes, 2005–2016

Important work from Littman and coworkers (including Profs Landry and Ed Boyko) in Diabetes Care. Risk of Ipsilateral Reamputation Following an Incident Toe Amputation Among U.S. Military Veterans With Diabetes, 2005–2016 OBJECTIVE To assess whether the risk of subsequent lower-limb amputations and death following an initial toe amputation among individuals with diabetes has changed over […]

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All Feet on Deck: The Role of Podiatry During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Preventing hospitalizations in an overburdened healthcare system, reducing amputation and death in people with diabetes #COVID19 #ActAgainstAmputation

The Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association (JAPMA) has e-published a fast track article on podiatry’s role during the COVID-19 pandemic authored by Drs. Lee C. Rogers, Lawrence A. Lavery, Warren S. Joseph, and David G. Armstrong. “The COVID-19 pandemic is driving significant change in the healthcare system and disrupting the best practices for diabetic limb preservation, leaving large […]

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Five year mortality and direct costs of care for people with diabetic foot complications are comparable to cancer #DiabeticFoot

This manuscript just published in Journal of Foot and Ankle Research constitutes an update of the data from the 2007 manuscript using all-new data. Background: In 2007, we reported a summary of data comparing diabetic foot complications to cancer. The purpose of this brief report was to refresh this with the best available data as […]

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