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Diabetic foot disease is ‘one of the most common, serious, feared and costly complications of diabetes’, and foot ulcers can affect 15-25% of diabetic patients. An Irish study published in 2012, which included all adults who underwent a non traumatic amputation between 2005 and 2009 in Ireland, reported that a person with diabetes was 22.3 times more likely to undergo a non-traumatic amputation than a person without diabetes. Avoiding this late-stage complication should be the motivation behind any efforts to improve foot health in diabetic patients.

This course was developed with the ICGP and Podiatry Ireland and was produced by CPD Sessions.