Preventative Sensor-Based Remote Monitoring of the Diabetic Foot in Clinical Practice #RemotePatientMonitoring #ActAgainstAmputation

This from our combined Canadian / US team focusing on "if this, then this" for remote patient monitoring Preventing Diabetic Foot Ulcers through Innovative Technology Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are a significant healthcare challenge, leading to severe consequences like amputation, reduced mobility, and increased mortality rates. However, most DFUs are preventable and treatable if detected... Continue Reading →

Hospital stays and costs of telemedical monitoring versus standard follow-up for diabetic foot ulcer: an open-label randomized controlled study

Background Two randomised controlled trials (RCTs) have previously shown that telemedical monitoring of diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) reduces the number of visits to the outpatient clinic, without losing treatment efficacy or increasing costs. Here we present the results of an open-label, randomised controlled trial designed to investigate whether telemonitoring, provided by an expert nurse (with... Continue Reading →

The use of Information Communication Technology Tools in Diabetic Foot Ulcers Prevention Programs #C2SHIP @ALPSlimb #DiabeticFoot

The use of Information Communication Technology Tools in Diabetic Foot Ulcers Prevention Programs: A Scoping Review Background Information Communication Technology (ICT) tools are an integral part of day-to-day human activities. However, evidence of how ICT tools are used to engage individuals with diabetes to prevent diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) is limited. This review aims to... Continue Reading →

Watch: Patient Experience: Why Health Equity Matters and How Technology Is Shaping the Future @drhew @abbottcardio @Health_IT #HealthEquity #C2SHiP #CLTI #ActAgainstAmputation

Sign up to watch on demand here. This was an in-depth discussion on day-to-day barriers our patients experience and ways that team, technology and tenacity can make a difference to make and impact on outcomes in peripheral artery disease and beyond. From top left: David Rhew (Microsoft), David Armstrong (USC), Nick West (Abbott Vascular), Jennifer... Continue Reading →

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