Diabetic Foot and Ankle

Diabetic patients should monitor their feet on regularly basis to avoid the risks which leads to amputation. Even minor wounds like blisters to foot lead to serious consequences, as blood flow decreases in diabetic cases and the wound healing is delayed leading to infection. Predominant pathogens include gram +ve cocci especially streptococci and staphylococci. Chronic or previously treated wounds lead to several microbial cultures for which proper antimicrobial therapy is required.

 

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