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Blog posts of '2014' 'June'

Health care interpreters - a growth industry?

I spent a large portion of my afternoon yesterday helping two people navigate end of life issues. June, a 93 year old woman presented with her daughter from a local rehabilitation center with an ischemic limb. Although June had been complaining about left foot pain for days, her rehab was for a right hip fracture. Therefore, the focus of care was on the hip fracture. Her referral to our wound center was made by her cardiologist who recognized the signs of critical limb ischemia.

Pedag Holiday becomes the Pedag Viva Mini

The Pedag Holiday is now the Pedag Mini Viva. A great product at a great price.

Treatment of a subungual exostosis

A subungual exostosis is a bone spur that forms beneath the great toe nail. The spur is found equally in men and women and usually presents with an onset between the ages of 30 and 50 years of age. Diagnosis is made with a lateral x-ray of the foot that shows a pronounced bone spur on the dorsal, distal tip of the distal phalanx of the great toe.