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Coping style and depression influence the healing of diabetic foot ulcers

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Jun 28, 2010.

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    Coping style and depression influence the healing of diabetic foot ulcers: observational and mechanistic evidence
    Vedhara et al
    Diabetologia Volume 53, Number 8 / August, 2010
     
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    Depression predicts first but not recurrent diabetic foot ulcers
    J. S. Gonzalez, L. Vileikyte, J. S. Ulbrecht, R. R. Rubin, A. P. Garrow, C. Delgado, P. R. Cavanagh, A. J. M. Boulton and M. Peyrot
    Diabetologia Volume 53, Number 10, 2241-2248
     
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    hi,..may I pdf file of coping style?
     
  4. Lab Guy

    Lab Guy Well-Known Member

    Confrontation coping and depression.

    One solution is tell the patient to treat themselves to a vacation or something else they like once their ulcer is healed. This will get their minds on their special treat to themselves as well as a healed foot. The mind connection to the body can never be underestimated, they are indeed intertwined.

    Steven
     
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    Five-year follow-up of a cohort of people with their first diabetic foot ulcer: the persistent effect of depression on mortality.
    Winkley K, Sallis H, Kariyawasam D, Leelarathna LH, Chalder T, Edmonds ME, Stahl D, Ismail K.
    Diabetologia. 2011 Nov 6
     
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    From the 2012 ADA Mtg
    Psychological Stress and Diabetic Foot Ulcer Healing: Preliminary Findings
    LORETTA VILEIKYTE, BIING JIUN-SHEN, LAURA CAMPBELL, ANDREW J. BOULTON, MATTHEW J. HARDMAN,
     
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    Feelings of powerlessness and hope for cure in patients with chronic lower-limb ulcers.
    Salomé GM, Alves SG, Costa VF, Pereira VR, Ferreira LM.
    J Wound Care. 2013 Jun;22(6):300, 302-4.
     
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    Has the diabetic foot a significant impact on selected psychological or social characteristics of patients with diabetes mellitus?
    Vladimíra Fejfarová MD., Ph.D., Alexandra Jirkovská, Prof. MD., Ph.D. , Eva Dragomirecká Dr., Ph.D., Frances Game, MD, Robert Bém, MD., Ph.D., Michal Dubský, MD., Veronika Wosková, MD., Marta Křížová, Jelena Skibová, Stephanie Wu, Prof., DPM, MSc.
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    Does the Diabetic Foot Have a Significant Impact on Selected Psychological or Social Characteristics of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus?
    Fejfarová V, Jirkovská A, Dragomirecká E, Game F, Bém R, Dubský M, Wosková V, Křížová M, Skibová J, Wu S.
    J Diabetes Res. 2014;2014:371
     
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