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Diabetic Foot Prevention
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Podiatry is a medical specialty focusing on the feet, and is regarded world-wide as an integral part of the medical setup of every reputable medical institution, such as hospitals, primary care,…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Garry Stukey 3rd Nov 18, 2010.

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Diabetic Foot Prevention

Podiatry is a medical specialty focusing on the feet, and is regarded world-wide as an integral part of the medical setup of every reputable medical institution, such as hospitals, primary care, etc.The podiatrist, who is trained in academic medicine and holds a license from his country of origin to practice in this field, diagnoses and treats all the conditions, distortions and diseases associates associated with the feet, as distinct from the orthopedist, who deals with the entire human…See More
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The Diabetic Foot and Treatment

In a generally healthy person, the concentration of insulin in the circulation is balanced and serves to preserve a constant amount of glucose in the blood – about 90 mg/100 cc of blood. A lack of insulin causes the breakdown of fats and proteins in the muscles causing weight loss despite increased food intake. The automatic increase in blood pressure resulting from this causes the blood to absorb water from the body tissues and dry them out. The water in the blood is taken up by the kidneys…See More
Jul 11, 2010
Daniel A. Weisz - Podiatrist posted a blog post

The Diabetic Foot and Treatment

In a generally healthy person, the concentration of insulin in the circulation is balanced and serves to preserve a constant amount of glucose in the blood – about 90 mg/100 cc of blood. A lack of insulin causes the breakdown of fats and proteins in the muscles causing weight loss despite increased food intake. The automatic increase in blood pressure resulting from this causes the blood to absorb water from the body tissues and dry them out. The water in the blood is taken up by the kidneys…See More
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At 16:56 on July 11, 2010, David said…
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At 21:51 on July 8, 2010, Amy said…
Hello Daniel and welcome to mydiabetes.com

We are a community of patients, family members, friends and healthcare professionals. Our purpose is to provide support and encouragement to each other and to share our stories, concerns and accomplishments on the diabetes journey.

We are new and it is wonderful that you have joined us at this exciting time.

We hope that over the weeks, months and years ahead you find mydiabetes.com a valuable and worthwhile resource.

Please join in the conversation, upload some pictures and if you have any suggestions or ideas let me know.

The Settings tab gives you the opportunity to amend your profile details - most members upload a picture of themselves and just have their Christian name on the profile.

We send out a weekly newsletter over the to the members e-mail address with details about the weeks activity on the site.

Best Wishes

Amy
 
 
 

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