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Asia Pacific Association on Diabetic Limb Problems

The association APADFP was set up with Dr. Aziz Nather as Founding President, Elected President of this association is Dr. R. Ramanathan from Malaysia, the First Vice-President was from Indonesia he is well known by Dr. Mulyono Soedirman and the second Vice-President Dr. Josephine Ip from Hong Kong. The NUH Foot Group is enchanted to have the tenth APCDLP. 2013 is the tenth celebration of both the Asia Pacific Association of Diabetic Appendage Problems (APADLP) and the NUH Diabetic Foot Team. NUH initiated the Inaugural APCDLP in Nov 2004 (Dr. Nather as Founding President).The second Conference was held in Putrajaya, Malaysia (2005), the third in Ancor, Jakarta (2006) what's more, the fourth in Hong Kong (2007). The fifth Conference (2008), in NUH saw the dispatch of "Diabetic Foot Problems. A. Nather (ed.)". The sixth Conference continued in Beijing, China (2009), the seventh in Kuantan, Malaysia (2010), the eighth in Bandung, Indonesia (2011) and the ninth in Hong Kong (2012). This affiliation masculine spotlight on the Practical scope of this association generally focus on the Diabetic Limb issues, so far eleventh meeting was done in which speaker gather from all edge of the earth. The primary provincial gathering on DFPs was an extraordinary accomplishment with around 220 members. The Guest-of-Honor was Dr. Balaji Sadasivan, Senior Health Minister of his State. At the conference, the Board Members chose to change the name of the relationship from APADFP to the Asia Pacific APADLP. This was on the grounds that diabetes includes upper appendages in 10% of cases. The improvement of the NUH DFP Team has catalyzed the advancement of diabetic foot programs all through the nation. It has additionally propelled the development of APADLP. This prompted the development of DFP Teams in Malaysia generally in Kuala Lumpur, Trengganu and Kelantan, Indonesia (Bandung and Makassar) and in Hong Kong.

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