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The Diabetic Foot
The Diabetic Foot edited by Robert Hinchliffe, Matt Thompson, Nicolaas Schaper, Ramesh Tripathi and Carlos Timaran presents a comprehensive and authoritative coverage of the latest evidence-based investigations, techniques and management of the diabetic foot. Evidenced-based management of the diabetic foot International, multidisciplinary team of editors and contributors Comprehensive reference for all health professionals involved in the care of diabetic foot problems

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Table of Contents for The Diabetic Foot:
1 Epidemiology of diabetic foot disease and aetiology of ulceration
2 Clinical assessment of foot disease and screening to prevent ulceration and amputation
3 Setting up a diabetic foot service
4 Economic aspects of foot care
5 Medical therapy and metabolic control to optimise and decrease foot complications and improve
healing
6 Psychological aspects of diabetes-related foot disease
7 Patient education or diabetes self-management education to prevent foot ulcers or amputations
8 Managing infection in the diabetic foot
9 Diabetic foot osteomyelitis: diagnosis and classification
10 Osteomyelitis: medical management
11 Osteomyelitis: surgical management
12 Peripheral arterial disease in diabetes
13 Microvascular disease
14 Diagnosis of PAD
15 Imaging PAD
16 Angiosomes
17 Distal bypass techniques
18 Angioplasty techniques
19 Outcomes of angioplasty and bypass in diabetes
20 Pathobiology of neuropathy
21 Diabetic neuropathy and the lower extremity: diagnosis, management and consequences
22 Nerve decompression, a new treatment in in diabetic neuropathy?
23 Acute and chronic wound biology in diabetes
24 Scoring systems/assessment of the ulcerated foot
25 Wound dressings and debridement
26 Adjuncts to wound healing
27 Standardisation of outcomes/endpoints of wound healing in everyday practice and clinical trials
28 Surgical anatomy of the foot
29 Surgical debridement
30 Skin and local tissue flaps
31 Free tissue transfer
32 The causes and diagnosis of the acute charcot foot in diabetes
33 Charcot osteoarthropathy: medical management
34 Charcot osteoarthropathy: surgical management and offloading
35 Minor amputation/major amputation
36 Rehabilitation post-amputation
37 Offloading
38 Prevention of re-ulceration
39 Preventive foot care programs

About the authors of The Diabetic Foot:
Robert Hinchliffe MD FRCS
Senior Lecturer in Vascular Surgery, St George s Vascular Institute, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK

Matt Thompson MD FRCS
Professor of Vascular Surgery, St George s Vascular Institute, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK

Nicolaas Schaper MD PhD
Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Ramesh Tripathi MD FICS FRCS(Edin) FACP(Australia) FRACS Vascular(Australia)
Director and Professor of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, Narayana Institute of Vascular Sciences, Narayana Health Care, Bangalore, India

Carlos Timaran MD
Chief, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, USA

Book Details:
Title: The Diabetic Foot
Author: Robert Hinchliffe, Matt Thompson, Nicolaas Schaper, Ramesh Tripathi, Carlos Timaran
Publisher: ‎ Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
Published: September 8, 2014
Language: ‎ English
Format: Hardback
Pages: 374
ISBN-10: 1907816623
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1907816628

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