Open Access Opinion Article ID: GJODMS-5-130

    Diabetic foot: What to do and not to do

    Mario Pappagallo*

    Those who live with diabetes must pay attention to its extremities, especially the feet. It’s just when you’re feeling good, because you control your complicated relationship with sugars, here’s a small abrasion, a badly cut nail, a callus, a bladder caused by fashionable shoes but not quite adapted to your foot, a mushroom can turn a banality into drama. Before designing a specifi c diabetic prevention plan - aimed at reducing the risk of neuropathic foot complications - it is necessary to identify the patient’s risk factors and incorrect lifestyle habits.


    Published on: Feb 8, 2018 Pages: 1-2

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-8583.000030
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