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High Risk Foot Books

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by fili, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. fili

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    Hi.
    I was wondering whether anyone has read : High Risk Diabetic Foot-Treatment and Prevention edited by Lawrence Lavery and Clinical Care of Diabetic Foot by David Armstrong and Lawrence Lavery and American Diabetes Association? If yes, would you recommend it to posses in your pod library ?
    Are they any other books perhaps that you would recommend to have not just to read ?
    (Im a hospital based pod and recently have applied to high risk team hence would live to re-fresh my knowledge. ). Many thanks :empathy:
     
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