Helen Sheahan

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Background The most common pathway to development of diabetes foot ulcers is repetitive daily activity stress on the plantar surface of the neuropathic foot. Studies suggest an association between different diabetic foot complications and physical activity. However, to the best of the authors knowledge the steps/day and sleep patterns of people with(More)
The aims of our study were to investigate multiple daily activity outcomes in patients with diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) compared to diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) and diabetes (DM) controls in their free-living environments. We examined daily activity outcomes of 30 patients with DFU, 23 DPN and 20 DM. All patients wore a validated multi-sensor device(More)
Dogs with hyperadrenocorticism had a higher incidence of intervertebral joint disease, i.e., disc protrusion or spondylosis. In comparing cases of hyperadrenocorticism with age- and breed-matched controls with hypothyroidism, the incidence was significantly greater than expected. This was not seen, however, in beagle dogs in which the incidence was already(More)
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