Improve Diabetic Foot Care in Arab World, Slash Amputations

This from Medscape and Lisa Nainggolan It features Monira Al Arouj from the Dasman Institute, Kuwait.  DOHA, Qatar — The provision of foot care to diabetic patients in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is generally nonexistent or woeful at best, according to a talk by one expert here at the recent  Excellence in Diabetes 2014  meeting. However, there are some notable exceptions, and countries in the region need to learn from these good local examples, Monira Al Arouj, MD, from the Dasman Diabetes Institute, Kuwait, told the conference.

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Improve Diabetic Foot Care in Arab World, Slash Amputations

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