What is diabetic foot? Many diabetic patients must have encountered such a situation, the injuries cannot recovery quickly. Do you have this confusion? Now we will give you some information about why your injuries could not recovery quickly. If you have this situation, you can continue to read the following text. If you have other questions on kidney disease, you can consult our online doctors or leave your question below.
What is diabetic foot? Diabetic foot is acral infection, ulcer or thanatosis caused by neuropathy with limb ischemia, autonomic nerve damage and several kinds of vessel diseases. The treatments for diabetic foot are difficult and complex, about 1% diabetic patients need amputation which approximately 50% of non traumatic amputation. As a serious complication of diabetes, diabetic foot has strong disability and lethality. The final result of diabetic foot is ulcer, amputation and death.
If you do get a sore or infection, you can avoid foot problems. The first thing is control your blood sugar levels. The second thing is have a good foot hygiene---- Check your feet everyday. Wash your feet everyday. Keep the skin soft and smooth. Smooth corns and calluses gently. Trim your toenails regularly, if you cannot see, reach or feel your feet, you can ask a foot doctor to help you. Wear shoes and sock at all times. Protect your feet from hot and cold. Keep the blood flowing to our feet.
Damage to the blood vessels can also mean tat your feet do not get enough blood and oxygen. It means patients’ blood circulation is not very well.
There is a old saying in China “ prescribe treatment according to patients’ symptoms”. So patients do not feel worried when you get this kind of disease. You should find the treatments timely. Traditional Chinese medicine therapies can help patients improve blood circulation and let more blood flood to feet or any other places need blood. If you want to know more about traditional Chinese medicine therapies, you can consult our online doctors or leave your words and contact way below.