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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.

time trends. METHODS: Data for 2009-2013 were provided by the Belgian national health insurance funds, covering more than 99% of the Belgian population (about 11 million people). We estimated the age-sex ...

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

revascularisation (LLR), as a marker of peripheral macroangiopathy, in patients with diabetes and Charcot foot. Methods: Patients with diabetes and incident acute Charcot foot, but without a history of diabetic foot ...

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

periodical audits and feedback (anonymous benchmarking). [1] Methods: In 2011, 32 Belgian DFC s followed 1528 patients with a DFU of Wagner grade 2 or more for six months or until healing, major amputation or ...

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

patient-related factors associated with inclusion in a CT and to determine the most frequent reasons for non-inclusion. METHODS: In 2010, the Belgian Sentinel Network of General Practices conducted a prevalence ...

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

improve the processes and outcomes of care by implementing a system of audit and feedback in Belgian HBMC s. To identify risk factors of poor care delivery and outcomes.   Methods   In 2009, twelve HBMC ...

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