Close Server: KOPWWW05 | Not logged in


Welcome to Health Care POV | sign in | join | help
in Search

Diabetic Foot Care

Last post 12-17-2018, 7:33 AM by Nautiyal g. 15 replies.
Page 1 of 2 (16 items)   1 2 Next >
Previous Discussion Next Discussion Sort Posts:
  •  08-25-2014, 4:25 AM

    Diabetic Foot Care

    When you have diabetes, proper foot care is very important. What should be the Diabetic Foot Care?

    shaper machines | lathe machine | drilling machine
  •  12-11-2014, 4:17 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    To take care that it doesnot hurt or no wounds occur out..

    CPT Medical Billing | Medical Transcription Specialist

  •  12-16-2014, 4:33 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Diabetes mellitus (DM) represents several diseases in which high blood glucose levels over time can damage the nerves, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. Diabetes can also decrease the body's ability to fight infection. When diabetes is not well controlled, damage to the organs and impairment of the immune system is likely. Foot problems commonly develop in people with diabetes and can quickly become serious.
    With damage to the nervous system, a person with diabetes may not be able to feel his or her feet properly. Normal sweat secretion and oil production that lubricates the skin of the foot is impaired. These factors together can lead to abnormal pressure on the skin, bones, and joints of the foot during walking and can lead to breakdown of the skin of the foot. Sores may develop.
    Damage to blood vessels and impairment of the immune system from diabetes make it difficult to heal these wounds. Bacterial infection of the skin, connective tissues, muscles, and bones can then occur. These infections can develop into gangrene. Because of the poor blood flow, antibiotics cannot get to the site of the infection easily. Often, the only treatment for this is amputation of the foot or leg. If the infection spreads to the bloodstream, this process can be life-threatening.
    People with diabetes must be fully aware of how to prevent foot problems before they occur, to recognize problems early, and to seek the right treatment when problems do occur. Although treatment for diabetic foot problems has improved, prevention - including good control of blood sugar level - remains the best way to prevent diabetic complications.
    People with diabetes should learn how to examine their own feet and how to recognize the early signs and symptoms of diabetic foot problems.
    They should also learn what is reasonable to manage routine at home foot care, how to recognize when to call the doctor, and how to recognize when a problem has become serious enough to seek emergency treatment.
    cialis kaufen
    propecia online
  •  09-24-2015, 4:10 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Diabetic foot care is very useful

    Cut your nails cautiously without damaging skin

    Check your feet daily

    Wash them with lukewarm water by rubbing softly

     Wear dry and clean socks and comfortable shoes that made of cotton and rubber

    Do not walk barefoot

    Avoid any hurt to your feet.  


    Hair Restoration India | Hair Transplant India | Hair Transplant Ludhiana
  •  10-08-2015, 7:50 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    • Keep your feet clean and free from infection.
    • Wear shoes that fit well and don’t squeeze or rub. Ill-fitting shoes can cause corns and callouses, ulcers and nail problems.
    • Never walk barefoot, especially in the garden or on the beach on holidays and try to avoid sitting with your legs crossed.
    • Cut or file your toenails regularly.
    • Get corns or hard skin treated by a podiatrist.
    • Seek treatment from your GP or podiatrist if foot blisters or injuries do not heal quickly.
    • Treat urgently, within 24 hours, especially if there is redness or swelling around the area, or in an area where you've previously been warned to seek immediate attention. 
    •  Try to stop smoking

    hk escorts | Wooden watches | Gomovies | seo company in india
  •  12-10-2015, 7:27 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Inspect your feet every day, and seek care early if you do get a foot injury. Make sure your health care provider checks your feet at least once a year - more often if you have foot problems. 
    www.potenzmittel-rezeptfrei-de.com/ kaufen potenzmittel ohne rezept in deutschland
    Günstig Viagra Original ohne Rezept kaufen viagra-rezeptfrei-berlin
  •  12-10-2015, 8:08 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Keep your feet warm and dry. Don’t let your feet get wet in snow or rain. Wear warm socks and shoes in winter.

    Never walk barefoot. Not even at home! Always wear shoes or slippers. You could step on something and get a scratch or cut.

    Take care of your diabetes. Keep your blood sugar levels under control.

    Don’t smoke. Smoking restricts blood flow in your feet.

    Get periodic foot exams. Seeing your foot and ankle surgeon on a regular basis can help prevent the foot complications of diabetes.


    www.potenzmittel-rezeptfrei-de.com/ kaufen potenzmittel ohne rezept in deutschland
    Günstig Viagra Original ohne Rezept kaufen viagra-rezeptfrei-berlin
  •  12-15-2015, 3:15 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Thank you for your information
    cialis kaufen
    propecia online
  •  02-03-2016, 5:20 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care


    Moisturize your feet – but not between your toes. Use a moisturizer daily to keep dry skin from itching or cracking. But DON’T moisturize between the toes – that could encourage a fungal infection.
    Cut nails carefully. Cut them straight across and file the edges. Don’t cut nails too short, as this could lead to ingrown toe nails. If you have concerns about your nails, consult your doctor.
    Never treat corns or calluses yourself. No “bathroom surgery” or medicated pads. Visit your doctor for appropriate treatment.
    Wear clean, dry socks. Change them daily.
    Avoid the wrong type of socks. Avoid tight elastic bands (they reduce circulation). Don’t wear thick or bulky socks (they can fit poorly and irritate the skin).
    Wear socks to bed.

    Shiromani Akali Dal |

    Akali Dal |

    Shiromani Akali Dal
  •  02-03-2016, 11:24 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    alex deef:
    Diabetes mellitus (DM) represents several diseases in which high blood glucose levels over time can damage the nerves, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. Diabetes can also decrease the body's ability to fight infection. When diabetes is not well controlled, damage to the organs and impairment of the immune system is likely. Foot problems commonly develop in people with diabetes and can quickly become serious.
    With damage to the nervous system, a person with diabetes may not be able to feel his or her feet properly. Normal sweat secretion and oil production that lubricates the skin of the foot is impaired. These factors together can lead to abnormal pressure on the skin, bones, and joints of the foot during walking and can lead to breakdown of the skin of the foot. Sores may develop.
    Damage to blood vessels and impairment of the immune system from diabetes make it difficult to heal these wounds. Bacterial infection of the skin, connective tissues, muscles, and bones can then occur. These infections can develop into gangrene. Because of the poor blood flow, antibiotics cannot get to the site of the infection easily. Often, the only treatment for this is amputation of the foot or leg. If the infection spreads to the bloodstream, this process can be life-threatening.
    People with diabetes must be fully aware of how to prevent foot problems before they occur, to recognize problems early, and to seek the right treatment when problems do occur. Although treatment for diabetic foot problems has improved, prevention - including good control of blood sugar level - remains the best way to prevent diabetic complications.
    People with diabetes should learn how to examine their own feet and how to recognize the early signs and symptoms of diabetic foot problems.
    They should also learn what is reasonable to manage routine at home foot care, how to recognize when to call the doctor, and how to recognize when a problem has become serious enough to seek emergency treatment.

     

     

    I completely agree with you.


    viaje a la india | Paquetes de Viaje a la india | Viaje de la india
  •  02-10-2016, 1:04 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care


    Take care of your diabetes. Work with your health care team to keep your blood glucose in your target range.
    Check your feet every day. Look at your bare feet for red spots, cuts, swelling, and blisters. If you cannot see the bottoms of your feet, use a mirror or ask someone for help.
    Be more active. Plan your physical activity program with your health team.
    Ask your doctor about Medicare coverage for special shoes.
    Wash your feet every day. Dry them carefully, especially between the toes.
    Keep your skin soft and smooth. Rub a thin coat of skin lotion over the tops and bottoms of your feet, but not between your toes. Read more about skin care.
    If you can see and reach your toenails, trim them when needed. Trim your toenails straight across and file the edges with an emery board or nail file.
    Wear shoes and socks at all times. Never walk barefoot. Wear comfortable shoes that fit well and protect your feet. Check inside your shoes before wearing them. Make sure the lining is smooth and there are no objects inside.
    Protect your feet from hot and cold. Wear shoes at the beach or on hot pavement. Don't put your feet into hot water. Test water before putting your feet in it just as you would before bathing a baby. Never use hot water bottles, heating pads, or electric blankets. You can burn your feet without realizing it.


    Bhagwant Mann
    Bhagwant Mann |


    Bhagwant Mann
  •  02-12-2016, 2:31 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Check your feet every day. ... Wash your feet every day. ... Keep the skin soft and smooth. ... Smooth corns and calluses gently. ... If you can see, reach, and feel your feet, trim your toenails regularly. ... Wear shoes and socks at all times. ... Protect your feet from hot and cold. ... Keep the blood flowing to your feet.
    yami gautam height | kriti sanon age | red lips
  •  09-24-2016, 12:37 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    A doctor should examine your feet at every visit and do a thorough foot exam once a year. If you have a history of foot problems, you should be checked more often. Your health care provider should also give you information on foot care and answer all your questions. Report any corns, calluses, sores, cuts, bruises, infections, or foot pain.
    Doctor in Vancouver | Foot Care Vancouver
  •  09-29-2016, 2:16 PM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    jane first:

    Diabetic foot care is very useful

    Cut your nails cautiously without damaging skin

    Check your feet daily

    Wash them with lukewarm water by rubbing softly

     Wear dry and clean socks and comfortable shoes that made of cotton and rubber

    Do not walk barefoot

    Avoid any hurt to your feet.  

    Yes, Absolutely right, Anything else.
    viaje a la india | Paquetes de Viaje a la india | Viaje de la india
  •  10-17-2016, 4:42 AM

    Re: Diabetic Foot Care

    Get periodic foot exams. Seeing your foot and ankle surgeon on a regular basis can help prevent the foot complications of diabetes.
    cialis kaufen
    propecia online
Page 1 of 2 (16 items)   1 2 Next >