Stop Diabetes® From Knocking Your Patients off Their Feet

04/5/2013

As you are aware, people with diabetes are far more likely to have a lower extremity amputation than other people, due to the combination of neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease. The good news is that most ulcers can be successfully treated and amputations are preventable, so it's important for patients with diabetes to take good care of their feet. Find resources to help your patients prevent foot ulcers and amputations.

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