New research on diabetes-related foot disease is published on an almost daily basis. Keeping track of what is out there and finding the time to read seems a near impossible job at times. DFA aims to provide summaries on latest research from around the globe and nationally to keep you up-to-date.
This is the second article in the “DFA Guides You Through” series on Australian and International diabetic foot disease guidelines. You can find the first article here. Both the Australian and the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) Guidelines on diabetic foot disease use clearly formulated recommendations based on well-defined grading systems and extensive systematic literature searches, resulting…Read More
This is the first article in the “DFA Guides You Through” series on Australian and International diabetic foot disease guidelines. The next article provides an overview of both guidelines. In 2011, the Australian National Evidence-Based Guideline “Prevention, Identification and Management of Foot Complications in Diabetes” was published. This guideline updated and replaced a foot-related chapter in the…Read More