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Diabetic Foot Infections |Toe Infections


Diabetic Foot Infections |Toe Infections

view Diabetic Foot Care - How to protect from common mistakes made by diabetic patients that can cost them their own foot (essential things that every diabetic patient must know to avoid diabetic foot infections).

Diabetic Foot Infections |Toe Infections - common diabetic foot conditions advised and done amputation outside which could be saved .

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Diabetic Foot care
a) Clean feet daily using warm water and mild soap, dry with soft towel
b) Inspect feet and toes twice daily for cuts, blisters, redness
c) Moisturize feet with lotion, avoiding interdigital spaces
d) File callus, corns with pumice stone
e) Cut toenails regularly
f) Do not go barefoot; wear slippers or thick socks
g) Wear well-fitted shoes; check inside shoe before use

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It is estimated that 15% of all diabetics will develop a serious foot condition at some time in their lives. Common diabetic foot problems include diabetic foot infections, ulceration, or gangrene that may lead, in severe cases, to amputation of a toe, foot or leg.

Most of these diabetic foot problems are preventable through proper diabetic foot care and regular visits to podiatrist, diabetic foot clinic can provide information on foot inspection and care, proper footwear, and early recognition and treatment of diabetic foot conditions.

Prevention is the first step towards solving diabetic foot problems. Although it was estimated that a leg is lost to diabetes somewhere in the world every 30 s, a more important fact is that 85% of all amputations in diabetes should be preventable by diabetic foot care
It is the loss of pain that permits patients with diabetic neuropathy to develop diabetic foot ulcer and to continue walking on them despite the presence of often overwhelming Diabetic Foot Infections |Toe Infections

Preventing foot ulcers are costeffective and can even be cost-saving if increased education and effort are focused on those patients with recognised risk factors for the development of foot problems than diabetic ulceration /podiatric surgeries
It must be remembered that the greatest single risk factor for foot ulceration is a past history of either ulceration or amputation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Below are various diabetic foot infection cases advised amputation outside but saved by Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao

Diabetic Foot Infections|Toe Infections  case :1-

Great toe diabetic foot infection which was saved without amputation by Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao,(podiatrist|foot doctor)

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Diabetic Foot Infections|Toe Infections case :2


2,3,4,5 toes diabetic foot infection advised amputation outside, came to narayana diabetic foot care clinic where Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao, saved without foot amputation

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Diabetic Infections|Toe Infections case :3


5th toe diabetic foot infection(bone infection) advised amputation outside came to narayana diabetic foot care clinic where Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao,(foot doctor/podiatrist) saved without foot amputation

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Diabetic Foot Infections|Toe Infections case :4

improper diabetic foot ulcers treatment led to 2nd toe diabetic foot infection advised full toe amputation outside came to narayana diabetic foot care clinic where Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao,(foot doctor/podiatrist) saved as much as possible

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Diabetic Foot Infections|Toe Infections case :5

great toe diabetic foot infection advised amputation outside came to narayana diabetic foot care clinic where Dr.P.N.Someshwara Rao,(foot doctor/podiatrist) saved by foot surgery

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