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Venu Kavarthapu
Associate Professor, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. King's College Hospital, London Bridge, BMI Sloane & Blackheath Hospitals. Orthopaedic Lead
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Rami Muhammed Fikri Jul 5
Replying to @PrashVas @bofas and 5 others
The biggest challenge is to be able to offer this acutely by surgeons who are not members of the diabetes foot team. The challenge is having access to the expertise & skill mix 24/7
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Venu Kavarthapu Jul 4
Replying to @DrTehan @PrashVas and 3 others
Even with severe deformity and comorbidities, principles remain the same- multi-disci care, vascular, infection eradication, soft tissue balance + bone corrections and long segment rigid stable fixation!
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Venu Kavarthapu Jun 25
Congratulations to King’s Yale team for putting such a fantastic meeting. Large group of experienced, engaged and multi-processional delegates and top class faculty.
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Prash Vas Jun 24
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Prash Vas May 23
Massively provocative topic: is walking in DFU a good thing? No it seems. Every 1000 steps/day reduce healing by 5.2%. 😱. If >3000/day then 80% less likely to heal.
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Prash Vas May 17
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BOFAS Mar 28
The King's College Symposium on Charcot Foot Reconstruction takes place at the Oval in London, 24-25 July. This is a multidisciplinary meeting with speakers from foot and ankle surgery as well as other related specialties For information go to
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Prash Vas Mar 20
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Prash Vas Mar 11
It was a special pleasure to host the Diabetes and Orthopaedics team from and show them around .
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Prash Vas Mar 10
2 days of interactive sessions for physicians and surgeons on the diabetic foot. Jointly by and at the Kia Oval.
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Prash Vas Feb 19
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James Denselow Dec 29
Great to see orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, John Beavis, recognised with an OBE in the - real shame that he passed away earlier this month just before he could receive it
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Prash Vas Dec 21
Great to see the recognition for from senior politicians. Diabetes and it’s complications (eye, kidney, foot, cardiovascular) will be a significant future challenge for the . But we also need to recognise in 🇬🇧 for dedicated service. 🙏🏼
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Prash Vas Dec 13
We are live! Our 2019 symp, organised with our USA partners, places an emphasis on Ortho-Vascular recon of the but will also address key medical and issues.
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Prash Vas Nov 29
. The team bidding goodbye to Lasse Anderson, visiting Orthopedic Fellow from . A keen surgeon is always good news for high Q outcomes.
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Prash Vas Nov 28
Great pleasure to welcome Dr Leonie Penna and Wilson Dodzo to our unit and showcase . We discussed the challenge of and how our team provides pioneering care crossite.
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Venu Kavarthapu Nov 13
Great interactions! 17th ortho visiting team to clinic this year so far! Glad that will chose Diabetic Foot as the topic for 2019 conference!
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Niels Ejskjaer Sep 29
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Prash Vas 9 Jul 18
Maureen Bates telling us about the signs of a serious foot problems when you have diabetes
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Prash Vas 5 Jul 18
The team doing their ward rounds. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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