Avoiding Amputations On Diabetic Foot

People with diabetes who have foot infections disorders (diabetic foot) do not always have to be amputated. If foot injuries are handled as soon as possible, the risk of amputation can be suppressed.

There are some medical procedures that can be done to reduce the possibility of diabetic foot amputations, including Endovascular action and by pass.

Diabetic foot is caused by blockage of the arteries that supply blood to the legs. Therefore, treatments of diabetic foot include efforts to unblock it.

This can be done by the method of ballooning or dilate vessels clogged with a special balloon like in operation unblock heart arteries. If the vessel is considered not strong enough after ballooning, installation ring to facilitate blood flow will be done.

It is recommended for people with diabetes who have foot ulcers to immediately clean the wound using sterile water, and then treat the wound as a precaution before further observation. If the wound dry meaning light. If otherwise, seek treatment immediately to the doctor. Early wound treatment can reduce the chances of leg to be amputated.

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