Type 2 diabetes - footcare (CG10)
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The NICE clinical guideline on type 2 diabetes – footcare makes recommendations about:
- educating people with type 2 diabetes and carers about foot problems
- what is meant by being ‘at risk? of foot problems and how people at risk are identified
- prevention of foot problems
- detection of foot problems
- care for people with type 2 diabetes who have foot problems
The NICE guideline does not cover the care of people with foot problems who do not have type 2 diabetes, nor does it cover surgical procedures such as amputation or rehabilitation after amputation.
- CG10 Type 2 diabetes - footcare: full guideline, appendices 11-26
- CG10 Type 2 diabetes - footcare: full guideline, appendices 1-10
- CG10 Type 2 diabetes - footcare: algorithm
- CG10 Type 2 diabetes - footcare: NICE guideline (web format)
This guidance has been incorporated into the following NICE Pathways, along with other related guidance and products.
Visit the NICE Pathway: diabetes
This page was last updated: 08 May 2013
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- CG10 Atal a rheoli problemau yn ymwneud â'r traed ar gyfer pobl sydd â chlefyd y siwgr math 2: deall canllawiau NICE
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Consultation on review proposal with stakeholders: 01 June 2011 - 14 June 2011
Review decision date: August 2011
An update of this guideline is underway to coincide with publication of the four diabetes guidelines currently being updated.
Next review date: January 2014
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