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An evaluation of NICE guidelines on foot care for patients with diabetes

In the NHS, there is a perceived need for evidence-based guidelines to improve outcomes in all fields of health care. Management of the diabetic foot, which is a major public health problem, is one clinical field that needs quality guidelines. In response to this, the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has published Clinical Guidelines for Type 2 Diabetes: Prevention and Management of Foot Problems (2004).

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