pharmacists to get involved in diabetic foot screening

There's a new opportunity for pharmacists to get involved in diabetic foot using a simple tool to test for sensation in the feet.

These sensory screenings are easy to do.

A nylon filament is pressed lightly against the foot to determine whether patients have lost sensation in their feet. These patients have a higher risk of developing foot ulcers which can lead to amputations.

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