Diabetic Footcare Telehealth System
Maintains proper footcare and identifies early signs skin breakdown that can result in Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs)
Dedicated to the improvement
of Diabetic's quality of life
Educate patients to practice good foot care daily
Monitor to identify early signs of skin breakdown, manage ongoing wound care,
or monitor incision site
PCP is alerted of on patient feet that need further attention.
Dry your feet and self assess soles everyday.
Assess ongoing wound care and intervene as necessary directly from patient's home. Maximize clinic consultation hours.
- Reduce the risk of infection and amputation
- Improve function and quality of life
- Reduce health care costs
DFU patients require more days hospitalized, more days of home health care, more emergency department visits, and more outpatient/physician office visits. *1
40% of patients have a recurrence within 1 year after ulcer healing, almost 60% within 3 years, and 65% within 5 years. *2
The International Diabetes Federation reports over 425 million adults are living with diabetes. Every 30 seconds a lower limb is amputated as a consequence of diabetes. *3
Reduce risk for amputations and risk factors associated with Diabetes.
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