From the Cochrane Library: Psychological interventions for treating foot ulcers, and preventing their recurrence, in people with diabetes Excellent review of current state of play from the Cochrane collaboration
Fewer Type A personality traits in type 2 diabetes patients with diabetic foot ulcer?
Compelling data from Verges and coworkers from Dijon and coworkers that is certainly worthy of discussion. Fewer Type A personality traits in type 2 diabetes patients with diabetic foot ulcerFig. 1. Histograms of: (A) Bortner Scale score distributions in type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients with (grey) and without (white) diabetic foot ulcer (DFU); (B) distribution... Continue Reading →
Diabetic #neuropathy more harmful to the brain than expected
Diabetic neuropathy more harmful to the brain than expected: This from our long-time SALSAmigo Solomon Tesfaye and team at Sheffield. Nerve damage caused by diabetes may be more harmful to the brainthan previously thought, according to new research which could pave the way for better assessment, monitoring and treatment of diabetic neuropathy. Until now it was widely believed that... Continue Reading →