Treatment And Treatment Of Gangrene Wounds?
Hello r n Gangren wounds on the pedis dextra heel, the wound has been inside until the tendon ruptures, what do I do other than wound care and surgery? Thank you for the answer
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Gangrene wounds are chronic wounds caused by damage to related blood vessels, a history of diabetes and contaminants in the area. LUka gangrene is a long-term complication that is often experienced by patients with diabetes, especially those who have long suffered from diabetes. Micro disorders of blood vessels circulation triggers wound recovery does not go well. Therefore, patients with gangrenous injuries need to make sure their diagos are enforced directly by the doctor in direct consultation with an internist or surgeon, the doctor will carry out the diagnosis through interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations. Handling will be given based on the results of examinations that have been done, both with wound care, control of diabetes, improvement of blood circulation, and when needed to do a surgical procedure.
In connection with your question, treatment of gangrene wounds with ruptured tendons shows deep gangrene wounds that have affected muscle and tendon function in the area concerned, thus, if it has affected muscle function and motion function, more progressive action by the surgeon is needed to prevent the risk of tendon damage and impaired motion and support on your feet. Thus, it is necessary to consult directly with the surgeon for the treatment of tendon rupture and other implications related to this gangrenous wound.
In addition, some things you can also do to prevent gangrenous wounds from becoming more widespread, namely:
1. passion for healing and wound care
2. Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
3. ideally your weight
4. Do routine fasting to help insulin sensitivity
5. If your doctor allows you to exercise, do regular exercise as directed by your doctor
6. Avoid gangrene wounds in contact with water
7. sufficient healthy and nutritious food; and avoid foods that are at risk according to your doctor's recommendations
8. controlling blood sugar levels
Therefore, in addition to wound care, surgery, direct consultation and treatment by a surgeon and improvement in a healthy lifestyle is expected to support the recovery of gangrene wounds.
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