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  Último número: Vol.24 nº3-2013

 
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Diversity and universality in response to patient diabetic foot pakistani with type 2 diabetes mellitus from primarycare
Montserrat Brugada Faura, Rafael Medrano Jiménez, Olga Mora Morera, Inocencia Valverde Caballero, Antonia Martín Zafra, Elvira Marcos Salas

SUMMARY

    Following the teachings of Madeleine Leininger on transcultural concepts in their model, we seek an answer in the primary care environment to the present case of left standing ulcerative lesion of unknown etiology in Pakistani patients with type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Finding the answer by adapting similarities in the environment risk to this disease, common in all cultures and whose differences lie in the location of the ulcer and its trigger. Abnormal in our culture to be related to their cultural practices.

KEY WORDS

   Transcultural nursing, nursing care, diabetic foot.

 

       

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Vol. 24 nº3-2013

 



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