Rohack said. Rohack. The project aims to improve the treating diabetic wounds. ‘Each day, 110 Indians possess a foot or component of their leg amputated due to diabetic foot ulcers, and an unknown number die before they are diagnosed even,’ says Per Ole Nielsen, Project Manager of Usage of Healthcare. Trained in care and diagnosis of diabetic wounds is essential to reduce this figure. ‘With the proper knowledge, treatment could be deployed and the wound may heal in time rapidly, avoiding an amputation – – that is why education projects such as this are so important,’ says Dr. Arun Bal, Founder President of the Diabetic Foot Society of India, who as local partner requested support to drive the project.The secondary outcomes considered were death from any death and cause from a cardiovascular event. Main and secondary outcomes were validated by an unbiased adjudication committee whose members were unaware of the procedure assignments.3 non-vascular clinical outcomes were reported during follow-up as serious adverse events and coded according to the International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision.