Abstract| Volume 38, ISSUE 5, SUPPLEMENT , S31, October 2014

Effects of A Foot Self-Care Educational Intervention on Improving Footwear in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes at Low Risk for Foot Ulceration

      Research evidence indicated that wearing unsuitable footwear was the first leading cause of foot lesions. Limited evidence is available to support the effectiveness of early foot-care education in diabetic patients at low risk for foot ulceration. The purpose of the pilot study was to explore the effects of a foot self-care educational intervention on improving footwear in patients with type 2 diabetes at low risk for foot ulceration.
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