|What is it?|
Diabetic foot syndrome is ulcer, infection and destruction of deep tissues of foot, that people ill with sugar diabetes can get. It is caused by neurologic abnormalities and decreasing of bloodstream through arteries of lower extremities (feet).
Sugar diabetes (diabetes mellitus) is characterized by metabolic derangements that is connected with absolute or relative insufficiency of insulin production.
Foot ulcers, which are casually referred to as foot sores or foot blisters, are open sores or wounds that most often occur on the bottom of the foot, and are a common problem in diabetic foot care. If left untreated, these foot ulcer can often become infected and may eventually lead to amputation.
More than 1.5 million people in Ukraine are ill with sugar diabetes.
Successful treatment of diabetic foot syndrome means:
Prescription of appropriate conservative treatment helps to stop evalution of purulo-necrotic process and to take deferred or planned surgical procedure with the saving of support ability of foot.
The following checkups are to be taken:
The main tasks of the treatment are:
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