My grnadmother is a diabetic patient . From last few months she is suffering from very less circulation in her right leg due to which there is lot of small pus blister built up in her feet and it is getting very painful . Consulted many doctors but all in pain . Plz suggest something i m sending photo of her feet .
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Treatment of diabetic foot infections varies by type, as follows:
Cellulitis – Most responsive to antibiotics
Deep skin and soft-tissue infections – Usually curable, but additional debridement is usually indicated
Acute osteomyelitis – Infecting microorganisms and the likelihood of successful treatment with antimicrobial therapy are essentially the same as in patients without diabetes
Chronic osteomyelitis – Surgical debridement is essential, in addition to antibiotics; amputation may be necessary...Consult nearest surgeon they will do the needful.
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