Diabetic foot Treatment

The injury, which occurs in diabetes patients, which does not heal, is called the diabetic foot. This disease, which can be seen in one-fifth of patients, develops due to prolonged diabetes or inability to control blood sugar. If the diabetic foot is not treated effectively, the loss of the foot or leg may occur.

In cases such as footwork or nail sinks, diabetes can become foot ulcer. Patients may experience a feeling of numbness or burning in foot, such symptoms should be immediately consulted to a specialist in the field and, as a result of their orientation, the disease should be controlled before further deterioration.

The diabetic foot, a slow-moving disease, develops without any symptoms. First, there will be a drynessin foot and over time there will be a loss of touch. Then, with defected motor nerves, the foot deformities start to be seen. It also creates vascular congestion, so that the foot cannot be bled enough and the potential for healing is weak. Even a small wound that appears  in diabetic patients’ foot can eventually become a diabetic foot disease. Therefore, patients should take care to maintain blood sugar in balance by following their doctor’s directions, and to perform proper foot care if necessary.

When diabetic foot disease is not treated, it may be necessary to cut the foot or leg to prevent continuous infection. Therefore, it is critical to prevent foot injuries or to treat diabetes appropriately if there is a wound. If the disease has not progressed, the dead tissue in the wound area is removed by surgical intervention. In recent years, gene and stem cell methods have been emphasized by success rates in diabetic foot treatment…