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1984 2
1985 2
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1989 6
1990 5
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Global epidemiology of diabetic foot ulceration: a systematic review and meta-analysis (†).
Zhang P, et al. Ann Med 2017 - Review. PMID 27585063
Diabetic foot is a severe public health issue, yet rare studies investigated its global epidemiology. Here we performed a systematic review and meta-analysis through searching PubMed, EMBASE, ISI Web of science, and Cochrane database. ...The patients with diabetic foot were older, had a lower body mass index, longer diabetic duration, and had more hypertension, diabetic retinopathy, and smoking history than patients without diabetic foot....
Diabetic foot is a severe public health issue, yet rare studies investigated its global epidemiology. Here we performed a syst
Epidemiology of diabetic foot disease and diabetes-related lower-extremity amputation in Australia: a systematic review protocol.
van Netten JJ, et al. Syst Rev 2017. PMID 28521817 Free PMC article.
Investigating the epidemiology of diabetic foot disease is the backbone of diabetic foot research and clinical practice, yet the full burden of diabetic foot disease in Australia is unknown. This study aims to describe the protocol for a systematic review of the epidemiology of diabetic foot disease and diabetes-related lower-extremity amputation in Australia. ...
Investigating the epidemiology of diabetic foot disease is the backbone of diabetic foot research and clinical practice …
Diabetic neuropathies.
Wein TH and Albers JW. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2001 - Review. PMID 11345009
Over half of the 15 million patients with diabetes mellitus in the United States have some form of diabetic neuropathy. Individuals with diabetes may develop acute or subacute painful polyneuropathy, proximal motor neuropathy, autonomic neuropathy, compression neuropathy, focal neuropathy, and chronic polyneuropathy. Studies have shown that optimizing diabetic control provides the greatest likelihood of either preventing or slowing the development of diabetic neuropathy....
Over half of the 15 million patients with diabetes mellitus in the United States have some form of diabetic neuropathy. Individuals w …
[Epidemiology of diabetic foot].
Leone S, et al. Infez Med 2012 - Review. PMID 22982692 Italian. Free article.
Among the complications of diabetes, the diabetic foot is gaining a new importance because it implies for diabetics the highest number of hospital admissions and considerable costs. ...According to several studies, about 25-50% of diabetic patients receive immediate amputation at the time of the first visit due to the infection. ...
Among the complications of diabetes, the diabetic foot is gaining a new importance because it implies for diabetics the highest numbe …
The global burden of diabetic foot disease.
Boulton AJ, et al. Lancet 2005 - Review. PMID 16291066
Diabetic foot problems are common throughout the world, resulting in major economic consequences for the patients, their families, and society. Foot ulcers are more likely to be of neuropathic origin, and therefore eminently preventable, in developing countries, which will experience the greatest rise in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in the next 20 years. ...
Diabetic foot problems are common throughout the world, resulting in major economic consequences for the patients, their families, an
Epidemiology of type 2 diabetic foot problems and predictive factors for amputation in China.
Jiang Y, et al. Int J Low Extrem Wounds 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25573978
To determine incidence and clinically relevant risk factors for diabetic amputation in a large cohort study of diabetic foot ulceration patients in China, we investigated a total of 669 diabetic foot ulceration patients, who were assessed at baseline for demographic information, medical and social history, peripheral neuropathy screening, periphery artery disease screening, assessment of nutritional status and diabetic control, physical examination including foot deformity in 15 Grade III-A hospitals. ...Of all patients, 110 had neuropathic ulcers, 122 had ischemic ulcers, 276 had neuroischemic ulcers, and 12 cases were unclassified. ...
To determine incidence and clinically relevant risk factors for diabetic amputation in a large cohort study of diabetic foot u …
The Diabetic Foot as a Proxy for Cardiovascular Events and Mortality Review.
Dietrich I, et al. Curr Atheroscler Rep 2017 - Review. PMID 28971322
RECENT FINDINGS: Diabetic patients with diabetic foot syndrome have a mortality rate greater than twofold when compared with non-ulcerated diabetics. ...Elevated triglycerides have been showed to be an independent risk factor for lower extremity amputation in diabetic patients. ...
RECENT FINDINGS: Diabetic patients with diabetic foot syndrome have a mortality rate greater than twofold when compared with n …
[Diabetic foot among hospitalized patients in Latin America].
Carro GV, et al. Medicina (B Aires) 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30125251 Spanish. Free article.
The rate of diabetic foot was 14.8% (IC 95%; 14.1-15.4) and that of diabetic foot classified as Wagner = 1 was 5.8% (IC 95%; 4.8-5.6). Diabetic foot was the reason for admission for 3.7% of all inpatients and for 20% of those who were diabetic. In our knowledge, this study is the largest in Latin America, and lays the foundation for further advances in the knowledge of the burden of diabetic foot....
The rate of diabetic foot was 14.8% (IC 95%; 14.1-15.4) and that of diabetic foot classified as Wagner = 1 was 5.8% (IC 95%; 4 …
Prevalence of Diabetic Foot Ulcer and Associated Factors among Adult Diabetic Patients Who Attend the Diabetic Follow-Up Clinic at the University of Gondar Referral Hospital, North West Ethiopia, 2016: Institutional-Based Cross-Sectional Study.
Mariam TG, et al. J Diabetes Res 2017. PMID 28791310 Free PMC article.
An institutional-based cross-sectional study was conducted in Gondar University Hospital, Ethiopia, to investigate foot ulcer occurrence in diabetic patients. ...Diabetic foot ulcer was found to be high. Provision of special emphasis for rural residence, decreasing excessive weight gain, managing neuropathy, and promoting foot self-care practice would decrease diabetic foot ulcer....
An institutional-based cross-sectional study was conducted in Gondar University Hospital, Ethiopia, to investigate foot ulcer occurrence in …
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