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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