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Sex differences in diabetic foot ulcer severity and outcome in Belgium

research Manuscript versions:  DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0281886 File:  Version:  Published Full text access:  Public Access Full text language:  English Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  ...

Bottom-up approach to build a ‘precision’ risk factor classification for diabetic foot ulcer healing. Proof-of-concept

https://doi-org.vdic.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.diabres.2022.110028 File:  Version:  Published Full text access:  Restricted Access Full text language:  English Category:  A1 FOS Classification:  3.02 Clinical medicine ...

Effect of an Integrated, Multidisciplinary Nationwide Approach to Type 1 Diabetes Care on Metabolic Outcomes: An Observational Real-World Study

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Astrid Lavens; Nobels, Frank; C. De Block; Philippe Oriot; Ann Verhaegen; Suchsia Chao; Kristina Casteels; Thierry Mouraux; Kris Doggen; ...

Health-related quality of life in patients with diabetic foot ulceration: study protocol for adaptation and validation of patient-reported outcome measurements (PROMs) in Dutch-speaking patients.

a standardised method of obtaining patients’ views on their well-being. The DFU Scale Short Form (DFS- SF) is a validated disease-specific PROM for measuring health-related quality of life among DFU patients. The ...

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

Frank; Jacques Boly; Chris Van Hul; Kris Doggen; Isabelle Dumont; Patricia Félix; Van Acker, Kristien; Andrea Icks Source: Diabetologia, Volume 61, Issue 9 (2018) Health Topics:  Diabetes Diabetes Diabète ...

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

was observed in people with diabetes (2009: 42.3; 2013: 29.9 per 100,000 person-years, 8% annual reduction, p <0.001), which was particularly evident for major amputations above the knee. The annual ...

Clinical action measures improve the reliability of feedback on quality of care in diabetes centres: a retrospective cohort study.

TM, 60-70 % of the patients received good care. This percentage increased significantly using the CAM (+5 %, p <0.001). At the centre level, the CAM was associated with a higher median score, and ...

Core Standards of the EUBIROD Project. Defining a European Diabetes Data Dictionary for Clinical Audit and Healthcare Delivery.

Jarosz-Chobot, P K; Jecht, M; Lindblad, U; Moulton, T; Metelko, Ž; Nagy, A; Olympios, G; Pruna, S; Skeie, S; Storms, F; Di Iorio, C T; M Massi Benedetti Source: Methods Inf Med, Volume 55, Issue 2, p.166-76 (2016) ...

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

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Vanthomme, Katrien; Nathalie Bossuyt; S Moreels; Nicole Boffin; De Clercq, Etienne; Goderis, Geert; Viviane Van Casteren Source: Arch ...

Implementation of a quality improvement initiative in Belgian diabetic foot clinics: feasibility and initial results.

from 49% to 54% between 2008 and 2011. Management of diabetic foot ulcers varied between diabetic foot clinics: 88% of plantar mid-foot ulcers were off-loaded (P10- P90: 64-100%), and 42% of ischaemic ...

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