Diabetic foot are impaired blood supply to foot, Biology

Diabetic foot are impaired blood supply to foot

Diabetic foot are impaired blood supply to foot i.e. vasculopathy. This leads to ischaemia which in turn leads to delayed or non-healing of foot ulcers. In India about 10-15% diabetic foot lesion are ischemic in origin. In some cases both the factors -neuropathy and vasculopathy may be responsible for diabetic foot infection and ulceration.

It is important for you learn how to examine a foot of a diabetic patient.

 

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