The body experiences a steady and slow effect of diabetes when someone is suffering from it. Diabetes complications can lead to serious health problems, including damage to the Heart, Kidneys and Feet.
Although wounds are quite common in diabetes patients, they are not always inevitable. By checking for any signs such as cuts, sores or bruises on your feet or between the toes that could indicate a wound, you can prevent them from happening.
Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) are a serious problem in diabetes. 15% of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), are common. They can also be difficult and complex. This can be explained by chronic inflammation, biofilm.
Diabetic Advanced Care is the best way to treat wounds. Diabetic wounds can be treated with our advanced wound care treatment. These can be minor or major wounds. Poor blood circulation can cause wounds to heal slower in diabetics than in non-diabetics.