Category Archive: Prevention

Outcomes Following Advanced Wound Care for Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Canadian Study

January 23, 2017

Source: Outcomes Following Advanced Wound Care for Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Canadian Study

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Following the Evidence for Total Contact Casting as First-Line Treatment of DFUs in the Wound Clinic | Today’s Wound Clinic

October 29, 2016

Source: Following the Evidence for Total Contact Casting as First-Line Treatment of DFUs in the Wound Clinic | Today’s Wound Clinic

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Outcomes Following Advanced Wound Care for Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Canadian Study – Canadian Journal of Diabetes

September 23, 2016

Data concerning outcomes of Canadian patients with diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) arelimited. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the healing rates and identifythe predictors of poor outcomes following advanced wound care in patients presentingwith DFUs. Source: Outcomes Following Advanced Wound Care for Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Canadian Study – Canadian Journal of Diabetes

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MIT, Mass General Develop Second Skin to Treat Eye Bags, Other Signs of Aging |

May 13, 2016

Research collaborators at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital have come up with a special material that can act as a “second skin” to impart a youthful Source: MIT, Mass General Develop Second Skin to Treat Eye Bags, Other Signs of Aging |

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Med Schools Gearing up to Deal with PAD: But this is NOT the PAD that we deal with

April 25, 2016

"We live in a world of competing sorrows." Patrick Moynahan   The government is being quite progressive and thoughtful in their efforts to introduce a needed ervice in physician-assisted death(PAD). It is interesting, however, that introducing curriculum into medical schools for this, well-intentioned but relatively infrequently used therapeutic modality is gaining so much attention. In my 26 years of being a physician, treating extraordinarily sick individuals, I may have run into perhaps a dozen patient who wanted or were in need of…

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Eating vs Exercise: Eating less wins battle of the bulge

February 11, 2016

Eating vs. exercise: Science declares a weight-loss winner WRITTEN BY DR. YONI FREEDHOFF ON FEBRUARY 10, 2016 FOR CANADIANHEALTHCARENETWORK.CA  Email Print Text size Comment Dr. Yoni Freedhoff A new study came out last week that further explained why it is that while exercise does burn calories, it doesn’t help with weight management nearly enough to be fair. The paper, “Constrained Total Energy Expenditure and Metabolic Adaptation to Physical Activity in Adult Humans”, aimed to explore why it is that exercise’s impact on energy expenditure…

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