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Diabetic foot examination – OSCE guide (New Version)

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This video aims to give you an idea of what’s required in the Diabetic Foot Examination OSCE.

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  2. thank you .. .. from AMC

  3. Excellent examination technique thank you!

  4. Can I ask what is the grated effect under large toe. It's where there's white skin bits all half cut that when you move your foot on anything it's prickly and sore. It can come onto ball of foot. I can't find no name for it.

  5. Great video, thanks guys
    Just a small comment, when you feel the temperature of leg you should use one hand and make the comparison not to use the two hands as every hand perceive and feel differently.

  6. Thank you! Doing an OSCE on this today!

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  9. Geeky Medics for testing fine touch and crude touch , from where to proceed…its from proximal to distal or from distal to proximal ?

  10. This very helpful ! Thank you

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  13. thank you I advice my students to watch it as it is easy to follow and right

  14. i like your examinations…simple and direct to the point while including all aspects. thanks

  15. could u do ankle and foot exam musculoskeletal aspect? 🙂 pleaseeeeee

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    God bless you all.

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  20. that really substitute for the boring sessions

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