Design of a partially virtual diabetic service improves access to care and education and reduces amputation incidence @diabetesrc @ALPSlimb

Important work from the Devon NHS trust, UK. Service user and community clinician design of a partially virtual diabetic service improves access to care and education and reduces amputation incidence Significance of this study What is already known about this subject? ► Quality outcome framework, education and multi- disciplinary secondary care have improved services for […]

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Outcomes after Emergency Admission with a Diabetic Foot Attack Indicate a High Rate of Healing and Limb Salvage But Increased Mortality

Timely work from our SALSAmigos at King’s. Aim The diabetic foot attack (DFA) is perhaps the most devastating form of diabetic foot infection, presenting with rapidly progressive skin and tissue necrosis, threatening both limb and life. However, clinical outcome data in this specific group of patients are not available. Methods Analysis of 106 consecutive patients who underwent emergency hospitalisation […]

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How to build and certify a center of excellence for limb preservation @ALPSlimb @VascularSVS @APMA @USC @KeckMedUSC #ToeFlowandGo

Here is the link for the global vascular guidelines. And listed below is section 12 by Rogers and Armstrong detailing methods of developing and certifying a limb preservation unit. We like to think of this as trauma centers for atraumatic wounds/ischemia/infection as described here. Additional information on German and Belgian efforts at limb preservation center […]

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