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Decreasing rates of major lower-extremity amputation in people with diabetes but not in those without: a nationwide study in Belgium.

models were fitted. RESULTS: A total of 5438 individuals (52.1% with diabetes) underwent a major LEA, 2884 people with above- and 3070 with below-the-knee major amputations. A significant decline in the ...

Low prevalence of previous lower limb revascularisation in patients with diabetes and acute Charcot foot: results from a case-control study.

without Charcot foot, but who had diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), served as controls (DFU group, N=3,147). Prevalence of previous LLR was compared between both groups using logistic regression. Results: The ...

Negative determinants of diabetic foot ulcer healing: 6-month follow-up of a large multicentre cohort

into account competing risks (major amputation and death), missingness of covariates and clustering of outcomes in DFC s. Results: At 6 months, the overall probability of healing, major amputation and ...

What determines inclusion in the early phase of the type 2 diabetes care trajectory in Belgium?

found to be statistically significant were included in a multivariate logistic regression model. RESULTS: The 2010 study recorded 4600 Belgian type 2 diabetes patients. According to the official criteria, ...

Initiative for quality improvement and epidemiology among children and adolescents with diabetes (IQECAD)

duration exceeding 1 year (N=861). Quality of care indicators were defined using international recommendations.   Results   Following the audit, the IPH provided each HBMC with a quality indicator feedback ...

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