Diabetic foot complications are serious, common and often difficult to manage adequately. This book provides a concise, clinically focused approach to the diagnosis and management of the diabetic foot at the primary care level. It is specifically designed to highlight prevention, diagnosis, managing at-risk feet, controlling risk factors, and the latest international guidelines. The book takes a logical and practical primary care-based approach in managing various conditions, including hard calluses, fungal infections, bacterial infections, neuropathy, ulceration, and life-threatening limb conditions.
Diabetic Foot Management at the Primary Care Level
- Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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