Foot function and strength of patients with diabetes grouped by ulcer risk classification (IWGDF).

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Summary of "Foot function and strength of patients with diabetes grouped by ulcer risk classification (IWGDF)."

The stratification system from the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) was used to classify the participants as to the ulcer risk. However, it is not yet known what the classification groups' individual deficits are regarding sensitivity, function, and musculoskeletal properties and mechanics. This makes it difficult to design proper ulcer prevention strategies for patients. Thus, this study aimed to investigate the foot function, foot strength and health of people with diabetes mellitus (DM)-with or without DPN-while considering the different ulcer risk classifications determined by the IWGDF.


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Name: Diabetology & metabolic syndrome
ISSN: 1758-5996
Pages: 89


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