LEA

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AcronymDefinition
LEALocal Education Agency
LEALocal Education Authority (UK)
LEALeague
LEALiga de Los Estados Arabes (Spanish: League of Arab States)
LEALaw Enforcement Agency
LEALaw Enforcement Administration (college courses)
LEALocal Enforcement Agency
LEALow Energy Architecture
LEALog Export Api
LEALeft Edge Algorithm
LEALate Embryogenesis Abundant (protein)
LEALangues Étrangères Appliquées (France)
LEALocal Electoral Act (New Zealand)
LEALanguage Experience Approach (reading instruction approach)
LEALawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc (academic publisher)
LEALife Expectancy Age
LEALutheran Education Australia
LEALower Extremity Amputation
LEALoad Effective Address
LEALutheran Education Association (Forest, IL)
LEALicensure Examination for Agriculturists (Philippines)
LEALaw Enforcement Activity
LEALoss Executives Association
LEALaboratoire d'Economie Appliquée
LEALearmonth, Western Australia, Australia (Airport Code)
LEALogistics Engineering Analysis
LEALocal Environment Agency
LEALight Enforcement Aircraft
LEALeadership Equity Association (Germany)
LEALoin Eye Area (meat-producing animals)
LEALicense-Exempt Alliance
LEALongman Essential Activator
LEALocal Employment Initiatives (UK)
LEALogistics Evaluation Agency (US Army)
LEALittleton Education Association
LEALimited Exclusion Area
LEALong Endurance Aircraft
LEALocal Enterprise Agency Ltd.
LEALauncher Electronic Assembly
LEALaboratoire d'Essais Analytiques (French: Analytical Testing Laboratory)
LEALife Threatening Episodes of Asthma
LEALaunch Enable Alarm
LEALaw Enforcement Availability System
LEALinear Explosive Array
LEALower Enclosure Assembly
LEALocally Equivalent Alternatives
LEALaptop Encryption Administrator
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The prevalence of lower extremity amputation for patients with diabetes and CKD is much greater than those without CKD.
TABLE Number and rate * of lower extremity amputation (LEA) episodes + among persons with diabetes, by selected characteristics -- New Mexico, 2000 Characteristic No.
Carrington and colleagues[49] have reported that the QOL of persons with chronic foot ulceration or lower extremity amputation had significantly worse psychosocial adjustments to illness.
Interventions aimed at preventing foot ulcers in patients such as the comprehensive glycemic control, education of people with diabetes and their families as well as health professionals, have been shown to reduce lower extremity amputations by 50% and 85%.
INTRODUCTIONDiabetic foot complications account for the majority of non-traumatic lower extremity amputations across the world.
Lower extremity amputation rates are very high in diabetic ESRD patients.
Potential economic benefits of lower extremity amputation prevention strategies in diabetes.
Focused history History of foot ulcer or lower extremity amputation Claudication or history of peripheral vascular disease Focused physical examination Evaluate sensation using the Semmes-Weinstein monofilament Palpate pedal pulses Evaluate for foot abnormalities Evaluate for ulcer
Identifying diabetic individuals at high risk for lower extremity amputation in a primary health care setting: a prospective evaluation of simple screening criteria.
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