When monitoring and tracking changes in your health, maintaining a reliable repository of data for yourself and your doctor is absolutely essential. Tracking data over time helps to keep track of changes and can inform you or your patients on exactly when it's time to go to the hospital.
March 20, 2017
Below you'll find a few logs that patients can use to keep track of their health, as well as a number of other resources. If you're a healthcare professional, feel free to distribute these to all your patients in order to help them continue to self-monitor their conditions! If you're a patient, download these forms and print them off at home or your local library so you can keep track of changes in your health.
Make sure to bookmark this page and check back on it often, as we're always adding new resources to help patients out!
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Unfortunately, amputation rates are higher in people with diabetes. The good news, though, is that rates have decreased thanks to better foot care and the use of diabetic shoes.
Kelley Reeser, R.D. L.D.N. C.D.E.
December 6, 2017