By Michael E. Edmonds, Alethea V. M. Foster, Lee Sanders
3rd writer, Lee. J. Sanders, is the dep. of Veterans Affairs clinical heart, Lebanon, PA. deals sensible and scientific suggestion at the administration of long term foot difficulties in individuals with diabetes. Discusses prognosis and remedy, either scientific and surgical. fine quality colour pictures illustrated a few of the problems. DNLM: Diabetic Foot--diagnosis.
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Any wound which breaks the skin should be carefully cleaned under a running tap or with saline solution. ) Liquid antiseptics should be diluted according to the manufacturer's instructions before applying them to a sore place. Never apply full-strength antiseptic to your foot: it will burn the flesh. Then tape or bandage a clean dressing over the wound. If the following occurs: • Wound does not heal within a few days • Foot becomes painful • Foot becomes swollen • Foot becomes red seek help from your health-care professional as your foot may be infected.
Collections of pus should be drained. A swab is sent for microscopy and culture, and appropriate systemic antibiotics prescribed. Chronic paronychia results in the periungual tissues appearing erythematous and oedematous. The infection extends to the nail plate which may develop yellowishgreen or yellowish-brown pigmentation. Chronic paronychia is frequently caused by infection with Candida albicans and the treatment is with terbinafine or itraconazole, as described above. The feet should be kept dry.