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Physician's knowledge of Charcots neuroarthropathy

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Feb 11, 2017.

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    Physician knowledge of a rare foot condition – influence of diabetic patient population on self-described knowledge and treatment
    Brian M. Schmidt, James S Wrobel and Crystal M. Holmes
    Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology20173:2
     
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    Thats really bad. Serious consequences if missed.
     
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    PUBLIC RELEASE: 23-FEB-2017
    Study: Two-thirds of clinicians lack knowledge of diabetes-related foot complication
    A recent survey found that a majority of doctors who are not foot specialists don't know enough about a rare form of foot damage, which can lead to significant disability in patients.

     
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    Charcot neuroarthropathy patient education among podiatrists in Scotland: a modified Delphi approach
    Benjamin Bullen, Matthew Young, Carla McArdle and Mairghread Ellis
    Journal of Foot and Ankle Research201811:54
     
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