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Diabetic Foot Exam

This piece was produced as part of a Continuing Medical Education (CME) module for the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
It was sponsored by the Institute for Preventive Foot Health.
Mary Ettari, PA conducts a foot exam on a patient with diabetes.


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  1. I am a Chiropodist and i can tell you this doc going with those shoes, bad for her!

  2. women that are the age of the patient do not need to shave their legs as hair diminishes as we grow older. also at the age, it is so helpful to moisturize legs and feet. your feet can actually hurt if they are not soft and pliable.

  3. When they shake hands at the end, eeeeew! All those microorganisms

  4. GLOVES! Eeeeew! All the bacteria getting under the docs false nails! Eeeeeew

  5. I was about to pass a judgemental comment but after watching the video , you really did a great job. Thanks doctor

  6. How about wearing pants next time? You go through medical school but you lack basic common sense.

  7. Ew wear gloves when handling feet

  8. No exam gloves handling feet? GROSS

  9. I given “fizo amazing plan” (Google it) to two people who has Type two diabetes. Just after months, one has reversed his diabetes having HA1C of 5.9. However, the other gentleman has substantially improved as well having FBS of 110mg/dL and escaped from the chance of having heart, eyes and arm damage.

  10. Ralth Beans
    If your a dieabetic like me it is.

  11. Hygienic practice is important when performing a foot assessments, i. e.
    Lab gown is open, no protection on the lap while resting the feet of the patient during close examination and etc…
    I observed that these best practices was not observed and totally disagree.

  12. is this true. this is scary

  13. Great instruction video for OSCEs.

  14. sexy voice and legs doc

  15. Shouldn't she be wearing gloves when examining the patients feet?

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