International Journal of Medical and Health Research

International Journal of Medical and Health Research


International Journal of Medical and Health Research
International Journal of Medical and Health Research
Vol. 2, Issue 7 (2016)

Study for predominant factor of diabetic foot ulcer among Indians - Vusculopathy/Neuropathy


Dr. Amit Chakraborty

Lower extremity complications in persons with diabetes have become an increasingly significant public health concern in both the developed and developing world. These complications, beginning with neuropathy and subsequent diabetic foot wounds frequently lead to infection and lower extremity amputation even in the absence of critical limb ischemia. In order to diminish the detrimental consequences associated with diabetic foot ulcers, a com-mon-sense-based treatment approach must be implemented. Many of the etiological factors contributing to the formation of diabetic foot ulceration may be identified using simple, inexpensive equipment in a clinical setting. Prevention of diabetic foot ulcers can be accomplished in a primary care setting with a brief history and screening for loss of protective sensation via the Semmes-Weinstein monofilament.
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Dr. Amit Chakraborty. Study for predominant factor of diabetic foot ulcer among Indians - Vusculopathy/Neuropathy. International Journal of Medical and Health Research, Volume 2, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 15-18
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