This video provides an overview of how to perform a Diabetic Foot Examination in an OSCE station including the assessment of key pulses (e.g. posterior tibial, dorsalis pedis) and sensation (using a monofilament).

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– Introduction 00:00
– General inspection 00:31
– Assessment of pulses 01:02
– Assessment of sensation with mono-filament 01:22
– Gait 01:54
– Inspection of footwear 02:10
– Assessment of proprioception 03:03
– Ankle jerk reflex 03:31
– Summary of findings and further investigations 03:54

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