The Economic and Clinical Triumph of Multidisciplinary Diabetic Foot Clinics

In the realm of diabetes management, the complications associated with diabetic foot can be among the most severe and costly. The creation of specialized multidisciplinary diabetic foot clinics has been lauded as a significant advancement in diabetic care. Recent research, including an illuminating study conducted by Pérez-Montes et al., offers robust evidence of the financial... Continue Reading →

A multidisciplinary team reduces in-hospital clinical complications and mortality in patients with diabetic foot ulcers #ActAgainstAmputation

This is great work from our colleagues Meloni and coworkers from Rome's Tor Vergata Abstract  Aims The current study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary diabetic foot team (MDFT) in the management of in-patients affected by diabetic foot problems. Materials and methods The study was a retrospective observational study. Consecutive patients with a... Continue Reading →

The Impact of Implementing a Diabetic Limb-Preservation Program on Amputation Outcomes at an Academic Institution in a Majority-Minority State

This is important work from our SALSAmigo and former fellow, the pride of University of New Mexico, Eric Lew. Summary: Abstract Healthcare institutions with dedicated limb-preservation teams see lower amputation rates and improved quality of care.This study evaluated the results of a diabetic limb-preservation program implemented at an academic institution.Patients with diabetes admitted for osteomyelitis... Continue Reading →

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