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Incidence of lower extremity amputations in the diabetic compared with the non-diabetic population: A systematic review

Conceptualization: Maria Narres, Tatjana Kvitkina, Heiner Claessen, Sigrid Droste, BjoÈrn Schuster, Stephan Morbach, Gerhard RuÈmenapf, Kristien Van Acker, Andrea Icks. Funding acquisition: Tatjana Kvitkina, Andrea ... Icks. Project administration: Tatjana Kvitkina. Supervision: Stephan Morbach, Gerhard RuÈmenapf, Andrea Icks. Validation: Heiner Claessen. Writing ± original draft: Maria Narres, Andrea Icks. Writing

Study of Disease Progression and Relevant Risk Factors in Diabetic Foot Patients Using a Multistate Continuous-Time Markov Chain Model

from each study are available upon request by means of project agreements. For data, Dr. Stephan Morbach, clinical expert of our amputation research study group, Department of Diabetes and Angiology

Incidence of lower extremity amputation in the diabetic compared to the non-diabetic population: a systematic review protocol

Biometrics and Epidemiology, German Diabetes Centre, Leibniz Centre at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf (professorship, unlimited). Dr. Stephan Morbach is the Head Doctor of the Department of Diabetes

Comment on: Bernstein. Reducing Foot Wounds in Diabetes. Diabetes Care 2013;36:e48

commitment. We would urge himjust as with any treatmentnot to throw the therapeutic baby out with the hyperkeratotic bathwater. STEPHAN MORBACH, MD1 ANDREA ICKS, MD, DPH, MBA2 GERHARD RMENAPF, MD, PHD3

Time-Dependent Impact of Diabetes on Mortality in Patients With Stroke: Survival up to 5 years in a health insurance population cohort in Germany

ANDREA ICKS DPH HEINER CLAESSEN PHD STEPHAN MORBACH GERD GLAESKE PHD FALK HOFFMANN PHD E p i d e m i o l o g y / H e a l t h OBJECTIVEdTo estimate the impact of diabetes on mortality in patients

Time-Dependent Impact of Diabetes on Mortality in Patients After Major Lower Extremity Amputation: Survival in a population-based 5-year cohort in Germany

ANDREA ICKS DPH MARSEL SCHEER MSC STEPHAN MORBACH JUTTA GENZ MA BURKHARD HAASTERT PHD GUIDO GIANI PHD GERD GLAESKE PHD FALK HOFFMANN PHD E p i d e m i o l o g y / H e a l t h OBJECTIVE-To estimate

Long-Term Prognosis of Diabetic Foot Patients and Their Limbs: Amputation and death over the course of a decade

STEPHAN MORBACH HEIKE FURCHERT UTE GRBLINGHOFF HERIBERT HOFFMEIER KERSTIN KERSTEN MSC GERD-THOMAS KLAUKE MSC ULRIKE KLEMP E p i d e m i o l o g y / H e a l t h Amputation and death over the course

All-Cause Mortality After Diabetes-Related Amputation in Barbados: A Prospective Case-Control Study: Response to Hambleton et al.

both developing and industrialized nations. STEPHAN MORBACH, MD 1 UTE GR OBLINGHOFF, MD1 HANSJ ORG SCHULZE, MD1 SEBASTIAN WULFF, MD1 MARTIN SCH ONAUER, MD2 GERHARD R UMENAPF, MD3 JANET K. LUTALE

The Charcot Foot in Diabetes

STEPHAN MORBACH WILLIAM B. MORRISON MICHAEL PINZUR DARIO PITOCCO LEE SANDERS DPM DANE K. WUKICH LUIGI UCCIOLI R e v i e w s / C o m m e n t a r i e s / A D A The diabetic Charcot foot syndrome is a serious

Use of the SINBAD Classification System and Score in Comparing Outcome of Foot Ulcer Management on Three Continents

PAUL INCE BSC ZULFIQARALI G. ABBAS MMED JANET K. LUTALE MMED ABDUL BASIT SYED MANSOOR ALI MCPS FAROOQ CHOHAN STEPHAN MORBACH J ORG M OLLENBERG FRAN L. GAME WILLIAM J. JEFFCOATE MRCP OBJECTIVE - To

Increased Risk of Lower-Extremity Amputation Among Caucasian Diabetic Patients on Dialysis

prognosis improvement in the case of an established foot lesion should be targeted by intense collaboration of dialysis units and specialized diabetic foot centers. STEPHAN MORBACH, MD1 CHRISTOPH QUANTE ... , Soest, Germany, and the 3Limited Care Dialysis Unit, Soest, Germany. Address correspondence to Stephan Morbach, MD, Department of Internal Medicine, Marienkrankenhaus, Widumgasse 5, 59494 Soest, Germany