Due to the peripheral nerve dysfunction related to diabetes (diabetic neuropathy), patients have a reduced ability to feel torment. This implies minor wounds may remain undiscovered for quite a while. People with diabetes are likewise in danger of developing a diabetic foot ulcer. The research assesses that the lifetime occurrence of foot ulcers inside the diabetic community is around 15% and may move toward becoming as high as 25%. Those few patients are then 50% more likely to undergo another lower limb amputation. As such, diabetic foot care is one of the most essential parts of diabetes management and so we included this session at this wonderful gathering to discuss.
- Track 1-1 Diabetic foot Ulcer
- Track 2-2 Diabetic foot pathophysiology
- Track 3-3 Diabetic Charcot Neuropathy
- Track 4-4 Diabetic Foot and Ankle