Diabetic wounds are common complications in diabetic patients. It occurs in approximately 20% of patients with diabetes. Nearly 6% of the patients with diabetic wounds will be hospitalized due to severe infection.
These wounds form due to a combination of factors such as - duration of diabetes, foot deformities, reduced blood circulation, pressure on nerves and many more. Many people who develop diabetic wounds lose their ability to feel the pain. The first thing you may notice is some drain or pus, redness and swelling on the affected area.
Once a wound is noticed, seek podiatric medical care immediately. If your podiatric diagnosis an infection - he/she may treat it using antibiotics followed by wound care. Diabetic wounds should be treated immediately to reduce the risk of infection and improve quality of life.
The ultimate goal of diabetic wound treatment is to boost the immunity of the body to fight against the infection. The podiatric may use a variety of tools to treat infected wounds. Once a wound has been treated, it is crucial to get special care.
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