Check out the latest research out this week!

Effects of training podiatrists to use imagery-based motivational interviewing when treating people with diabetes-related foot disease: a mixed-methods pilot study.
Kaczmarek T, Van Netten JJ, Lazzarini PA, Kavanagh D.
This was the first study on training podiatrists to conduct imagery-based motivational interviewing (MI) when treating people with DFD, and to examine impacts on MI related skills, job satisfaction and subjective experiences in a mixed-methods pilot study.

Efficacy of topical cadexomer iodine treatment in chronic wounds: Systematic review and meta-analysis of comparative clinical trials.
Woo K, Dowsett C, Costa B, Ebohon S, Woodmansey EJ, Malone M.
The aim of this study was to summarise the clinical evidence supporting almost 40 years of topical cadexomer iodine (CIOD) use in wound bed preparation by removing barriers to healing such as exudate, slough, bioburden, and infection and allowing chronic wound progression.

Editor’s Choice – International Variations and Sex Disparities in the Treatment of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease: A Report from VASCUNET and the International Consortium of Vascular Registries.
Behrendt CA, Sigvant B, Kuchenbecker J, Grima MJ, Schermerhorn M, Thomson IA, Altreuther M, Setacci C, Svetlikov A, Laxdal EH, Goncalves FB, Secemsky EA, Debus ES, Cassar K, Beiles B, Beck AW, Mani K, Bertges D.
The aim of this study was to determine sex specific differences in the invasive treatment of symptomatic peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD) between member states participating in the VASCUNET and International Consortium of Vascular Registries.

Temporal Trends in Cardiovascular Complications in People With or Without Type 2 Diabetes: The Fremantle Diabetes Study.
Davis WA, Gregg EW, Davis TME.
To characterize temporal changes in incidence rates (IRs) of chronic complications and mortality in well-characterized, community-based Australians