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Plantar pressures are elevated in people with longstanding diabetes-related foot ulcers during follow-up

James Cook University
Fernando, M ; Golledge, J
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The enclosed data reports on a longitudinal observational study which assessed plantar pressures in a cohort of active diabetic foot ulcer patients over six months in comparison to age and sex matched diabetes controls without a history of foot ulcers. Twenty-one cases and 69 controls started the study and 16 cases and 63 controls completed the study. The peak plantar pressures and pressure-time integrals were assessed at three visits (baseline, first-follow up at 3 months and second follow-up at 6 months). For the first time the study results demonstrated that plantar pressures remain elevated at sites of ulceration throughout follow-up in people with foot ulcers with very little change over time.

Notes

This dataset consists of a spreadsheet 'PlantarPressure22' in MS Excel (.xlsx) and Open Document (.ods) formats.

Created: 2017-04-26

Data time period: 31 05 2017 to 29 11 2014

This dataset is part of a larger collection

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Identifiers
  • Local : 96363f8aacfc4f08c94a905ca1a476c5
  • Local : https://research.jcu.edu.au/data/published/1556e660ecd0b0f7fe3041f0a00902ee
  • DOI : 10.4225/28/58ffdc3d4403f