Diabetic foot complications are the most serious and
costly problem of Diabetes Mellitus affecting substantially
the quality of life of these patients. People with diabetic
foot ulcers experience severe restrictions on daily life as a
result of the ulcer. They face social isolation due to
reduced mobility, they require frequent clinical treatment
and constant caution to ensure that effective care is taken
of the feet.
The primary aim of this study was to compare the patient
perceptions of their quality of life in two moments of the
timeline of the diabetic vascular disease: pre revascularization surgery period and post amputation

Ano: 2015

Autores: Ligia de Loiola Cisneros, Raquel Luiza Lopes Teixeira, Tulio Pinho Navarro

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