@Withings to Release Next-Gen Scale that Has Potential to Identify Early Neuropathy in #Diabetes #ActAgainstAmputation #ALPSLimb #C2SHiP #RPM #RemoteTherapeuticMonitoring

The Withings Body Pro 2 presents significant potential for improving the management of diabetes complications, particularly in the early detection and monitoring of diabetic peripheral neuropathy. This cellular scale is notably the first to offer a modular approach tailored to chronic conditions, with an initial focus on diabetes. Here's an overview of its features and... Continue Reading →

Early Detection of Diabetic Foot Ulcers through AI: An Important Addition to the Literature #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot #AI #FootSelfie

Our long-time friends and colleagues from Manchester, led by B. Cassidy et al., have recently contributed an important addition to the existing literature through their study on the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in early detection of Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs). Published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, the study outlines a real-world proof-of-concept clinical... Continue Reading →

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 →

Preventative Sensor-Based Remote Monitoring of the Diabetic Foot in Clinical Practice #DiabeticFoot #ActAgainstAmputation #Inflammation #RemotePatientMonitoring #C2SHiP

Here is work from our interdisciplinary team led by Evan Minty and Breanne Everett. The goal is to help us move toward creating a closed loop of dosing activity, sensing inflammation, and treating pre-ulcerative conditions. Abstract Diabetes and its complications, particularly diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), pose significant challenges to healthcare systems worldwide. DFUs result in... Continue Reading →

Implementation of a patient-centered remote wound monitoring system for management of diabetic foot ulcers #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot #RemotePatientMonitoring #Healthy.io

Blog Title: Implementation of a Patient-Centered Remote Wound Monitoring System for Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers This from our colleagues at Johns Hopkins Summary: Regular clinical assessment is crucial for optimizing the healing of lower extremity wounds, particularly in diabetic foot ulcers. However, various barriers often hinder patient follow-up, including family and work obligations, socioeconomic... Continue Reading →

Accelerating innovation in the diabetic foot market with Azure Health Data Services @drhew @ALPSlimb @SensoriaInc #ActAgainstAmputation @Azure #C2SHiP

This just published by the Azure/Microsoft Health and Life Sciences Janna Templin Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Health and Life Sciences This blog post has been co-authored by Sharlene Jerome, Manager of Marketing and Communications, Sensoria Health This blog is part of a series in collaboration with our partners and customers leveraging the newly announced Azure Health Data... Continue Reading →

Simple, Home System for Early Detection and Monitoring of Diabetic Foot Ulcers: The Foot Selfie #FootSelfie #ActAgainstAmputation #DiabeticFoot @usc @usc_vascular @alpslimb

Simple, Home System for Early Detection and Monitoring of Diabetic Foot Ulcers:The Foot Selfie Mark Swerdlow 1 2, Laura Shin 1 2, Karen D'Huyvetter 1 2, Wendy J Mack 3, David G Armstrong 1 2 Background: Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are a leading cause of disability and morbidity. There is an unmet need for a simple, practical, home method to detect DFUs early and remotely monitor their healing. Method: We... Continue Reading →

Telemedicine and the Foot Selfie helped providers deliver diabetic foot care during the pandemic @amdiabetesassn @apma @usc @usc_vascular @umich #ADA2021 @alpslimb #FootSelfie

Podiatric Surgeons Dr. Shin of USC and Brian Schmidt of University of MIchigan are front and center at this year’s end American Diabetes Association. For people with diabetic foot complications, access to care and regular physical examinations are crucial to achieving good outcomes and avoiding hospitalizations. Both were a challenge in 2020, especially during the... Continue Reading →

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