New shoe design could reduce diabetic foot amputations

05/14/2013 | Bucks Herald (U.K.), The

An innovative new shoe could significantly reduce the number of diabetic foot amputations from inadequate blood flow by replicating the pumping mechanism of the body's circulatory system. Pulseboot, which was developed in Great Britain, is drawing interest in a number of other countries, including the United States. The design, first created five years ago, will begin clinical trials this month.

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