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Bleeding and Diabetic Foot

0.46% of the posts that mention Diabetic Foot also mention Bleeding (18 posts)
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www.prep4usmle.com
or a trauma case bleeding all over; or when examining...
" ...in hospital when admitting a patient with projectile vomitting; or a trauma case bleeding all over; or when examining a diabetic foot with pus oozing to the floor; or on OB floor when delivering; or... "

lipped and get a diabetic foot checkup. The podiatrist l...
" ...to get your nails clipped and get a diabetic foot checkup. The podiatrist less ...cut too close and cause your toe to bleed and possibly get an infection. Since due to out... "

GI bleeding. I'm a nurse Close tie with diabetic foot ga...
" GI bleeding. I'm a nurse Close tie... "

but was open and bleeds again.. His fasting blood sugar is...
" Hi my father have a swollen foot. It was warm and tender. And a wound ...heal but was open and bleeds again.. His fasting blood sugar ...was 288. Is this a diabetic foot? How can I reduce the... "

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www.inspire.com
d/or Flexitol Diabetic Foot Balm. Flexitol does a good job...
" ...Flexitol Heel Balm and/or Flexitol Diabetic Foot Balm. Flexitol does a good job healing the cracks and bleeding. But, it does not soften the skin. Xeloda makes... "

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doc2doc.bmj.com
thick callus in the diabetic foot?The correct answer is d (...
" ...see specks of blood within thick callus in the diabetic foot? The correct answer is d (impending ulceration). Callus should ...the underlying cause of the bleeding. You should warn patients that... "

as the extent of haemorrhage is limited to capillary damage...
" ...that as the extent of haemorrhage is limited to capillary damage only, bleeding usually stops within minutes of ...as a haemostat (ie, prevents/stems bleeding) as claimed in this video, ...how can it... "

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healthunlocked.com
patient having diabetic foot should not walk bare footed...
" er of Sir, I am carrying diabetic disease for the last ...saying that the patient having diabetic foot should not walk bare footed ...visitors suffering from feet injuries, bleeding,etc. So, this is my... "

product is designed for diabetic foot care. I found it grea...
" ...a product called Flexitol: http://www.flexitol.com/index.html. It's the best I've ever found; tried ...picture. This product is designed for diabetic foot care. I found it ...that their lips immediately... "

that deep, bleeding fissures sometimes open up (ouch!). I...
" ...so much so that deep, bleeding fissures sometimes open up (ouch!). ...if you go on the Web and search for Diabetic foot care products that you can find creams with urea.... "

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