Curbing the Cost of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

An estimated $17 billion per year is spent in the U.S. on the treatment of foot ulcers and amputations for people with diabetes.

Siren's Diabetic Socks have the potential to help curb these astronomical costs.

Reduce Costs Associated with Complications

With Siren's Foot Monitoring System people living with diabetes and neuropathy can keep track of temperature at the bottom of their feet. Temperature monitoring is clinically proven to be the most effective method to detect early signs of potential foot ulcers.

U.S. Healthcare Costs Associated with DFUs: 2


cost of treating foot ulcers and amputations


to treat a diabetic foot ulcer


to treat an amputation

Improve Patient Outcomes

Temperature monitoring and early detection of foot ulcers provides an unprecedented opportunity to improve health outcomes and reduce costs for people living with diabetes and diabetic neuropathy.


less amputations


less hospitalizations


reduced inpatient

Hear The Experts

Dr. Alexander M. Reyzelman

UCSF Center for Limb Preservation

Dr. David G. Armstrong

Professor of Clinical Surgery,
Keck School of Medicine of USC

Dr. Lawrence A. Lavery

Professor of Plastic Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, UTS

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Research Citations

1. Lavery, Armstrong: Home Monitoring of Foot Skin Temperature to Prevent Ulceration. Diabetes Care 27:2642-2647, 2004

2. Lavery, Lawrence A., Wunderlich, Robert P., Tredwell, Jeffrey L. : Disease management for the diabetic foot: Effectiveness of a diabetic foot prevention program to reduce amputations and hospitalizations. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 70 31–37, 2005