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Multiple Neuromas Cause Painful "Jumping Stump" in a Transfemoral Amputee: A Case Report

July 20, 2016

Painful “jumping stump” is an uncommon but very disturbing complication postamputation.

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Anemia in Patients With Diabetic Foot Ulcer: Prevalence, Clinical Characteristics, and Outcome

July 20, 2016

The aim of this study was to describe the characteristics of diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) patients with anemia and assess the relationship between anemia and DFU outcome. A retrospective cohort study was conducted on patients with DFU who attended our hospital from May 2007 to September 2014. All of the variables in the DFU patients with and without anemia were compared.

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Clinical Efficacy Test of Polyester Containing Herbal Extract Dressings in Burn Wound Healing

July 20, 2016

Technological advancement has assisted in developing various availabilities of wound products that help in not only in healing and preventing infection but also in providing patients’ comfort and pain reduction during application. However, most of advanced wound healing products in Thailand were imported at high costs to patients. Nowadays, there are increased numbers of local researches of herbs that could provide healing environment for successful wound care

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Treatment of distal toe calluses and ulcerations

July 19, 2016

When calluses or ulcers develop on the distal aspect of the lesser toes, offloading pressure from the distal end of the digit is essential for healing to occur. Research suggests that toe crest pads offer an inexpensive but effective means of offloading and healing these distal wounds.

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Region-specific foot pain doesn’t always match pressures, forces

July 9, 2016

  Gait compensation may play role By Emily Delzell The location of foot pain doesn’t always correspond with elevated plantar pressures and abnormal forces, which suggests the availability of region-specific compensatory gait mechanisms may play a role, according to recent research using Framingham Foot Study data.

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Samuel Hubbard Free

July 9, 2016

With the Un-Sneaker collection, Samuel Hubbard set out to make an “everyday shoe” for people with an active lifestyle. With soft upper materials, full glove-leath­er linings, a one-piece vamp, hidden padded collar, removable memory-foam cushioned insoles, and lightweight Vibram Morflex outsoles, the Un-Sneaker collection is designed for men who move, walk, work, live, and play

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Revere Santa Monica

July 9, 2016

The Santa Monica for women from revere Comfort Shoes features a stylish V front, a back strap, metal trim detail, and forefoot and rearfoot adjustability to provide a personalized fit. The sandal’s design also features a removable comfort insert, with enough depth to accommodate a custom orthotic device, and a slip-resistant outsole.

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Drew Tuscany

July 9, 2016

The Tuscany athleisure shoe for women offers a new, sparkling look from Drew.

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On Cloudster

July 9, 2016

The Cloudster, from Swiss footwear company On, features a very stiff flex and a slightly rockered speedboard, which keep the foot in a natural position while minimizing the loaded flex on the foot. A four-way adaptive-fit stretch material across the toe box allows for a natural toe splay. On shoes feature CloudTec cushioning, which actively adapts to each individual’s preferred movement pathway

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Arcopédico Alice

July 9, 2016

Arcopédico’s new Alice style for women is designed to be the essence of casual chic while still being ideal for all-day wear at work.

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