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Fig. 1 | Journal of Foot and Ankle Research

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From: Commitment devices in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Fig. 1

Non-removable offloading devices conceptualized in two ways: a. as a means to force compliance: the clinician (active partner) prescribes a non-removable device to force the patient (passive partner) to be adherent in using the device. b. as commitment devices: the patient’s current self commits to using a non-removable device to prevent his or her future self from being non-adherent in using the device

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