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Wound Prevention

Diabetic Foot Ulcers & Amputation Prevention

Managing Recurring Foot Ulcers


    75% of Diabetic     Foot Ulcers are Preventable with proper nutrition and foot care.

75% Preventable

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1 in 4 diabetics are at risk for amputation with recurring foot ulcers.

One in Four

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Early Detection of an emerging ulcer is the key to reducing risk.

Early Detection

Comprehensive monitoring and evidence-based intervention.

Early detection and evidenced-based intervention to prevent diabetic foot ulcerations.

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DFUs threaten life and limb!
Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are not only an expensive complication of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, but represent a risk for devastating outcomes. Today, more than 30M people in the U.S. have diabetes, and more than 1.7M suffer from new DFUs per year.  Nearly 40% will experience re-ulcerations.
The condition is growing in the USA. 
The diabetic population continues to grow and as the trend toward value-based care models evolves, those who cover these high-risk, complex patients experience skyrocketing costs.
How the Corstrata Diabetic Foot Ulcer & Amputation Prevention Solution Works
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The Corstrata combines Telehealth Services with 3rd party products in the Diabetic Foot Ulcer Prevention Program.  Value-based organizations and payers can now reduce recurrent risks of diabetic foot ulcerations with powerful, remote patient monitoring, using evidenced-based interventions.

Learn how we can help!

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