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Infection control


An audit to review the podiatry supply of flucloxacillin under Prescription Only Medicines exemption (POM-S) in cases of mild infection within Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
Fungal infection of the diabetic foot: The often ignored complication
Surgical and medical management of a diabetic foot infection in a community setting
A multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment of osteomyelitis
Progress in a pedestrian problem: A review of the revised Infectious Diseases Society of America diabetic foot infection guidelines
Preventing diabetes-related amputation: Introducing a new root cause analysis tool
Human papillomavirus involvement in a diabetic foot ulcer: A case report
Diabetic foot disease among rough sleepers in central London
Single incision fasciotomy to treat compartment syndrome in the diabetic foot: A case report
Use of DACC-coated dressings in diabetic foot ulcers: A case series
Addressing local wound infection with a silver-containing, soft-silicone foam dressing: A case series
The importance of addressing pain and infection simultaneously in diabetic foot ulcers
The 2010 Foot in Diabetes UK Masterclass – The Three Cs: Complex Clinical Conundrums
Incidence and location of diabetic foot ulcer recurrence
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