Diabetes Self-Management Articles

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To find out more about the products mentioned in this article, look at the following Web sites, or call the companies at the numbers given. Be aware that while some of these Web sites have information written for consumers, much of the content is aimed primarily at medical professionals.

TempStat thermal imaging device
(866) 385-6442

AmLactin Foot Cream Therapy
(800) 654-2299

SPY Imaging System
(800) 230-3352 (select option #2)

(888) 889-8997

SensiLase System
(800) 695-2737

TCC-EZ Total Contact Cast System
(866) 357-7755

V.A.C. Therapy negative pressure wound therapy
(800) 275-4524

(858) 754-3721

DermaClose RC Continuous ­External Tissue Expander
(800) 896-0436

ARANZ Medical Silhouette Suite
(866) 467-0934



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