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Improving diabetic foot vigilance - Scottish Government

 Patients will be offered the checks at facility and. The new checks, known as ‘CPR for Feet’, aim to identify patients with a foot ulceration or those at risk of developing them. Diabetes is the leading cause of tone down-limb amputation as it reduces the amount of blood reaching the feet, unsurpassed to a loss of sensation and gangrene.
Source: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/News/Releases/2013/02/diabetes-03022013

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