Preventing Amputations in Diabetes - Complications and Summary
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Identify high-risk patients using an annual foot examination and refer higher risk individuals into an appropriate prevention program.
Incorporate information on the fundamentals of assessing and treating higher risk patients into clinical practice i.e., neuropathic ulcers, ischemic ulcers, mild to severe infections and acute charcot foot.
Use a multidisciplinary approach focusing on the whole person to address foot care and prevention of amputations.
Identify one change to make in your clinical or public health practice as a result of the training.