Preventing Diabetic Amputations The Role of Physicians

COURSE CURRICULUM

This CME on ‘Preventing Diabetic Amputations: The Role of Physicians’ is a bird’s eye view on various aspects of management of diabetic foot, including screening techniques to identify ‘at-risk foot’, wound dressings, antibiotic regimens to treat diabetic foot infections and initiatives to manage the diabetic foot burden. Diabetic foot ulcer is a common complication of diabetes. A much dreaded outcome of diabetic foot ulcer is amputation. Diabetes is the most common cause of non traumatic amputation. It is important that physicians are able to identify the ‘at-risk’ foot and take timely corrective measures to prevent amputation.

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  • Chapter 1  Preventing Diabetic Amputations The Role of Physicians
    • This tutorial by Dr.Vijay Viswanathan gives knowledge of"Preventing Diabetic Amputations The Role of Physicians

    INSTRUCTORS

    He has following Achivements: Head & Chief Diabetologist of M.V. Hospital for Diabetes & Prof. M. Viswanathan Diabetes Research Centre, Royapuram, Chennai. Ph.D. in Diabetic Nephropathy from Tamil Nad


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