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The total contact cast: controversy in offloading the diabetic foot

Diabetic foot ulceration. The cumulative lifetime incidence may be as high as 15% .

Comparison of two pixelated insoles using in-shoe pressure sensors to determine percent offloading: case studies

The under-use of TCCs is well-established in existing literature. Across the US, in 2010, TCC was used regularly in only 6% of wound care clinics.13 Despite higher healing rates achieved using TCC,...

Wound healing outcomes in a diabetic foot ulcer outpatient clinic at an acute care hospital: a retrospective study

A retrospective chart review of patients with DFUs who attended the FTA clinic at a large, inner-city, tertiary care, academic hospital between January 2008 and January 2013 was conducted. Patients...

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