Dr. Cristian

Nursing coordinator
Roberta Ceradini

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Ward Visiting time:
Monday - Saturday
15:00 - 16:00
19:00 - 20:30
10:00 - 11:00
14:00 - 16:00
19:00 - 20:30

A well-known Centre



Conditions treated and cured


Our Unit, one of the few in Italy, takes care of prevention, diagnosis, cure and limb salvage in patients with Diabetic Foot. Foot ulcer in diabetic patients, main condition treated, significantly increases risk of amputation above the ankle. Diabetics, now about 7% of population, represent about 70% of non-traumatic amputees by themselves. We also take care of Wound Care – that is, cure of lower limb wounds, such as venous, arterious, mixed, infect, vasculitic, post-trauma and post-radiation skin ulcers.

Types of intervention


Details on our techniques


Among the various surgeries we perform:

  • Foot corrective surgery
  • Autologous dermo-epidermal grafts
  • Artificial dermis and antibiotic-loaded bone matrix grafts
  • Controlled negative pressure therapy (NPWT) with or without instillation
  • Surgical arterial and endovascular revascularisation
  • Minor and major limb amputation
  • Major debridement in protected ambulatory
  • Infusion cycles of antibiotics following the most modern international guidelines, vasoactive therapy, bisphosphonates for Charcot Neuropathic arthropathy

CUP - Unified Reservation Center

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Reservations 045 644 92 70
Cancellations 24/7
by calling or leaving a message
045 644 92 30
Opening hours From Monday to Friday
from 8:00 to 19:00
Saturday from 08:00 to 12:00

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Online reservation system

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Our specialties

For more than seventy years, We have been taking care of our patients from Veneto and

other regions, following them before, during and after their stay.

Diabetic Foot and Wound Care

Manager: Cristian Nicoletti

Outpatient Activity

Outpatient visits are performed with different specialists and are intended for:



  • Screening activity
  • Silicon orthoses and correction of ulcerative risk factors
  • Custom-made insoles and footwear
  • Nail and dorsoplantar callosity toilette



  • Treatment of neuropathic, ischemic, mixed, infect ulcers
  • Unloading plaster casts
  • Advanced and complex medications according to most recent international standards
  • Transcutaneous oximetry



  • Advanced and complex medications according to most recent international standards
  • Elastic pressure dressing
  • Minor debridements



  • Advanced and complex medications
  • Non-invasive vascular diagnostics

Doctor-patient relations

Particular care is dedicated to explanations about the patient’s condition, the possible alternatives and the involvement of relatives when necessary.
During examinations and visits the doctor devotes particular attention to help the patient understand diagnosis and suggested treatments, to choose the most appropriate one.
With hospital discharge copies of more significative exams made during hospitalization are provided.

Particular attention is dedicated to customization of services and cures. At the beginning of the stay, the patient is “assigned” to a “tutor nurse” who will be his spokesman for his necessities, interpreting and taking care of his needs.

Monday to Friday 8:00 – 19:00 Saturday 8:00 – 12:00

“We are here to help patients live with the highest possible quality”


Cristian Nicoletti – Manager

Our medics

Here are the Doctors who will take care of you.

Dr. Cristian Nicoletti

Dr. Emanuele Nasole

Dr. Elena Solagna

Dr. Luca Spazzapan

Operational unit structure

Here are the numbers of our operational unit


surgical interventions


Major limb amputation rate


outpatient services