How To Get Healing Fast For Diabetes Sufferers After Tetanus Surgery?
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First of all, you need to know that diabetes is a disease that cannot be cured. Because it cannot be cured, your father must take his antidiabetic medicine regularly every day so that his blood sugar can be controlled always normally. Your father should not stop taking the medicine even though the results of your father's blood sugar test are normal.
One of the most common complications of diabetes is foot disorders, including easy injury to the foot, infection, to wounds that are difficult to heal. To be able to help speed healing in your father's feet, here are some things to do:
Control his blood sugar so that it is always normal Take good care of the wound, change the bandage every time the bandage is wet or dirty because of pus Take antibiotics that his doctor prescribes regularly Make sure your father gets complete nutrition in sufficient quantities Make sure your father uses comfortable footwear when going out of the house , avoid using footwear that is too narrow and pressing the wound. When leaving the house, always cover the wound with a bandage. To help heal your father's wound, you can consume more vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc. Your father must also consume adequate amounts of protein, but pay attention that the protein source is a good source of protein (fat-free meat, fish, eggs, tofu and tempeh). Avoid eating sugary foods and foods with simple carbohydrates such as white rice or white bread. To replace rice, your father can be given more complex carbohydrates such as brown rice or brown rice, oatmeal, whole wheat bread, etc.
The duration of healing cannot be estimated because it really depends on how well the wound is being treated and the other things mentioned above. Therefore, take your father control to his doctor regularly for wound care and administration of medicines.
Here is an article that you can read about managing diabetes wounds
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