Diabetic Foot and ankle

Diabetic patients ought to monitor their feet frequently to avoid risks which can lead amputation. The minor wounds like blister to foot may lead to serious consequences, as blood flow decreases in diabetic patients the wound healing is delayed leading to spreading of infection quickly. Predominant pathogens include gram +ve cocci especially staphylococci and streptococci. Chronic or previously treated wounds may lead to microbial cultures for which antimicrobial medical aid is needed.

 

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