Quick Guide: The role of Debrisoft in diabetic foot ulcers

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Quick Guide: The role of Debrisoft in diabetic foot ulcers

1 December 2014

Debridement in diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) can be a challenge for non-podiatrist practitioners. Mechanical debridement with Debrisoft can be used by practitioners across competency levels and can help fulfil this key need in practice.

This Quick Guide maps out a plan for decision-making for debridement in DFUs and clearly explains where Debrisoft fits as a debridement option.

This Quick Guide has been supported by Activa Healthcare

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