HOLMA-Related Diabetes Wounds?
Yesterday, my neighbors mostly played fortune until they were injured. Then he said he had Holma’s disease. How long will his recovery take until he can play like before?
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In the medical realm, there is no such thing as Holma disease. Therefore, it is necessary to clarify where do you know the disease? Is it from a doctor? What are the symptoms?
Addiction to playing games can cause various health problems, including physical injury that can cause injury. These injuries can be mild to severe, depending on the location, extent, and depth of the wound. Unfortunately, you don't make it clear what kind of wound you mean.
If you mean a diabetic wound (diabetic ulcer), then this condition reflects a wound that is often experienced by diabetics. These sores often appear in the leg area, although it does not rule out the possibility that they also occur in other parts of the body. The cause of diabetic ulcers can be based on several mechanisms, namely:
Excessive deposition of sugar in the blood vessels can cause blood flow to the skin to be not optimal. This condition can cause cells to experience a lack of oxygen (hypoxia) and are prone to ulcers. Neuropathy
Uncontrolled high blood sugar levels can cause peripheral nerve damage. This condition causes diabetics to experience decreased sensitivity, including receiving pain stimuli. As a result, there is often physical trauma that is not realized and is ignored, causing ulcers. Infection
Decreased body resistance due to diabetes can make it difficult to heal wounds. As a result, the ulcers can spread further and have recurrent infections. Treatment that can be given for diabetic ulcer patients is done in various ways, namely:
Wound care, can be done with irrigation, debridement, administration of drugs, to surgery, and amputation Control high blood sugar levels, namely by administering anti-diabetic drugs Improve lifestyle, including by changing diet, exercise, maintaining personal hygiene, routine monitor the presence of wounds on the skin, avoid smoking, and so on. That is the explanation from us. If you have not answered your question, we suggest that you re-create a new thread that describes in detail the diseases and complaints you are referring to. Or, you can also check your neighbors directly to the doctor so they get proper treatment.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah