A World of Advice for The Diabetic Foot

The American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) first developed ‘‘Diabetic Foot Care’’ as a patient education leaflet. Today, we have expanded the information to include a review of daily foot and shoe examination, diabetic foot danger signs, daily washing and foot care, shoe fitting, medical care, and avoidance of dangerous acts.  We have also extended our educational commitment to publish this information in multiple languages. Diabetes is a global problem. English is spoken as a first language by only 322 million (5.5%) of the world's population of 5.9 billion. With this valuable information, we hope to better serve our international patients. 

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Diabetic Foot Care Arabic Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Chinese Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Czech Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Dutch Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care English Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care French Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care German Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Greek Translation.pdf

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Diabetic Foot Care Italian Translation.pdf

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Diabetic Foot Care Russian Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Serbo-Croatian Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Spanish Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Ukranian Translation.pdf

Diabetic Foot Care Vietnamese Translation.pdf

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