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References - Diabetic Foot

Diabetic Foot References: Orthoses, Friction and Pressure Management


1  Armstrong DG, Peters EJ, Athanasiou KA, Lavery LA. Is there a critical level of plantar foot pressure to identify patients at risk for neuropathic foot ulceration? J Foot Ankle Surg 37(4):303-7, 1998.

2. Veves A, Murray HJ, Young MJ, and Boulton AJM. The risk of foot ulceration in diabetic patients with high foot pressure: a prospective study. Diabetologia 35(7):660-3, 1992.

3. Cavanagh PR, Bus SA. Off-loading the diabetic foot for ulcer prevention and healing. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 100(5):360-8, 2010.

4.  Lobmann R, Kasten G, Kasten U, Lehnert H. Association of increased plantar pressures with peripheral sensorimotor and peripheral autonomic neuropathy in Type 2 diabetic patients. Diabetes, Nutr Metab 15(3): 165-8, June 2002

5.  Maluf KS, Morley RE Jr, Richter EJ, Klaesner JW, Mueller MJ. Monitoring in-shoe plantar pressures, temperature, and humidity: reliability and validity of measures from a portable device. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 82(8):1119-27, 2001

6. Mueller MJ, Lott DJ, Hastings MK, Commean PK, Smith KE, Pilgram TK. Efficacy and mechanism of orthotic devices to unload metatarsal heads in people with diabetes and a history of plantar ulcers. Phys Ther 86(6):833-42, 2006

7. Tsung BYS, Zhang M, Mak AFT, Wong MW. Effectiveness of insoles on plantar pressure redistribution. J Rehabil Res Dev 41(6A):767-74, 2004

8.  Chen WP, Ju CW, Tang FT. Effects of total contact insoles on the plantar stress redistribution: a finite element analysis. Clin Biomech 18:(6):S17-24, 2003.

9.  McPoil TG, Schuit D, Knecht HG. Comparison of three methods used to obtain a neutral plaster foot impression. Phys Ther 69(6):448-52, 1989.

10.  Davis I, Laughton C, McClay Davis I, Williams DS. A comparison of 4 methods of obtaining a negative impression of the foot. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 92(5):261-8, 2002.

11.  Zimny S, Schatz H, Pfohl M. The role of limited joint mobility in diabetic patients with an at-risk foot. Diabetes Care 27(4):942-6, 2004.

12.  Viswanathan V, Snehalatha C, Sivagami M, Seena R, Ramachandran A. Association of limited joint mobility and high plantar pressure in diabetic foot ulceration in Asian Indians. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 60(1):57-61, 2003.

13.  Sauseng S, Kastenbauer T. Effect of limited joint mobility on plantar pressure in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Acta Medica Austriaca 26(5):178-81, 1999.

14.  Fernando DJ, Masson EA, Veves A, Boulton AJ. Relationship of limited joint mobility to abnormal foot pressures and diabetic foot ulceration. Diabetes Care 14(1):8-11, 1991

15.  Klaesner JW, Hastings MK, Zou D, Lewis C, Mueller MJ. Plantar tissue stiffness in patients with diabetes mellitus and peripheral neuropathy. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 83(12):1796-1801, 2002.

16.  Gefen A, Megido-Ravid M, Azariah M, Itzchak Y, Arcan M. Integration of plantar soft tissue stiffness measurements in routine MRI of the diabetic foot. Clin Biomech 16(10):921-25, 2001.

17.  Bus SA, Maas M, de Lange A, Michels RP, Levi M. Elevated plantar pressures in neuropathic diabetic patients with claw/hammer toe deformity. J Biomech 38(9):1918-25, 2005.

18.  Abouaesha F, van Schie CH, Griffths GD, Young RJ, Boulton AJ. Plantar tissue thickness is related to peak plantar pressure in the high-risk diabetic foot. Diabetes Care 24(7):1270-4, 2001.

19  Paton J, Jones RB, Stenhouse E, Bruce G. The physical characteristics of materials used in the manufacture of orthoses for patients with diabetes. Foot Ankle Int 28(10):1057-63, 2007.

20.  Campbell, GJ, McLure M, Newell EN. Compressive behavior after simulated  service conditions of some foamed materials intended as orthotic shoe insoles. J Rehabil Res Dev 21(2):57-65, 1984.

21. Tong JW, Ng EY. Preliminary investigation on the reduction of plantar loading pressure with different insole materials (SRP--Slow Recovery Poron, P--Poron, PPF--Poron +Plastazote, firm and PPS-Poron+Plastazote, soft). Foot (Edinb) 20(1):1-6, 2010. .

22.  Armstrong DG, Liswood PJ, Todd WF. Potential risks of accommodative padding in the treatment of neuropathic ulcerations. Ostomy Wound Manage 41(7):44-6,48-9, 1995.

23.  Hastings MK, Mueller MJ, Pilgram TK, Lott DJ, Commean PK, Johnson JE. Effect of metatarsal pad placement on plantar pressure in people with diabetes mellitus and peripheral neuropathy. Foot Ankle Int 28(1):84-8, 2007.

24.  Kang JH, Chen MD, Chen SC, Hsi WL. Correlations between subjective treatment responses and plantar pressure parameters of metatarsal pad treatment in metatarsalgia patients: a prospective study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 5;7:95, 2006.

25.  Hsi WL, Kang JH, Lee XX. Optimum position of metatarsal pad in metatarsalgia for pressure relief. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 84(7):514-20, 2005

26  Hsi WL, Ulbrecht JS, Perry JE, et al. Plantar pressure threshold for ulceration risk using the EMED SF platform [abstract]. Diabetes 42(S1):103a, 1993.

27. Lavery LA, Armstrong DG, Wunderlich RP, et al. Predictive value of foot pressure assessment as part of a population-based diabetes disease management program. Diabetes Care 26(4):1069-73, 2003

28. Murray HJ, Young MJ, Hollis S, et al. The association between callus formation, high pressures and neuropathy in diabetic foot ulceration. Diabet Med 13(11):979-82, 1996.

29.  Lavery LA, Lanctot DR, Constantinides G, et al. Wear and biomechanical characteristics of a novel shear-reducing insole with implications for  high-risk persons with diabetes. Diabetes Technol Ther 7(4):638-46, 2005

30. Ledoux WR, Shofer JB, Cowley MS, et al. Diabetic foot ulcer incidence in relation to plantar pressure magnitude and measurement location. J Diabetes Complications.  27(6):621-627, 2013
 

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