Monitoring skin temperature might help prevent diabetic foot ulcers

08/13/2013 | Podiatry Today magazine online

Monitoring and comparing skin temperature of the feet might help predict diabetes-related foot ulcers, a meta-analysis published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research suggests. The study linked a difference in skin temperatures at contralateral sites with foot ulcer development.

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