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Clinical Guidelines for Type 2 Diabetes

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Clinical Guidelines for Type 2 Diabetes
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Publisher: University of Sheffield
Number of pages: 104

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The guideline aims to cover the foot care and management of people with diagnosed Type 2 diabetes. It is aimed at all health care professionals providing care to people with diagnosed Type 2 diabetes in primary and secondary care, irrespective of location.

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