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Nurses’ role in diabetes foot care
 

Nurses’ role in diabetes foot care

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Nurses are the healthcare providers who are most actively involved in the prevention and early detection of diabetes and its complications. A patient with diabetes mellitus is at high risk for foot and nail problems as a result of poor peripheral blood supply to the feet. In fact, developing a diabetic foot is one of the most common causes of hospitalisation.
 
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