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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

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Claessen, Heiner; Avalosse, Herve; Guillaume, Joeri; Narres, Maria; Kvitkina, Tatjana; Arend, Werner; Morbach, Stephan; Lauwers, Patrick; Nobels, Frank; Boly, Jacques; Van Hul, Chris; Kris Doggen ...

Welfare-Adjusted Life Years (WALY): A novel metric of animal welfare that combines the impacts of impaired welfare and abbreviated lifespan.

weights and published epidemiological data on disease impacts. Welfare impediment “amputation: one limb” and “respiratory distress” had the lowest and highest impaired welfare weights at 0.134 and 0.796, ...

Diminution du taux d'examen des pieds dans les Cliniques du Diabète en Belgique: résultats d'audits réalisés dans le cadre d'un programme d'audit-feedback mis en place pour améliorer la qualité des soins

(antécédent d’ulcère, d’amputation ou de pontage vs angioplastie périphérique) ont été examinés, versus 76.5% (n=10 603) des patients non « à risque » (p<0.001). Les taux étaient plus élevés si l’hôpital ...

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

major lower-extremity amputations (LEA s) is one of the main goals in diabetes care. Our aim was to estimate annual LEA rates in individuals with and without diabetes in Belgium, and corresponding ...

Mapping EQ-5D utilities to GBD 2010 and GBD 2013 disability weights: results of two pilot studies in Belgium.

attributed a relatively higher severity level to musculoskeletal disorders such as ‘Amputation of both legs’ and a relatively lower severity level to non-functional disorders such as ‘Headache migraine’ ...

Management and 6-month outcome of patients with diabetic foot problems: results from a nationwide quality improvement initiative between 2005 and 2014

limbs were revascularized (P10- P90: 22-69%) in 2011. Ulcer healing rate at 6 months was 50% and did not change significantly over time. Major amputation as a first event during the 6-month follow-up ...

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