A few days ago, Aunt Wang’s daughter bought her a pair of new cotton leather shoes. After lunch, Aunt Wang put on new shoes to go shopping. After returning, she found that she had a little redness and pain on her right foot.
After Aunt Wang soaked her feet at night, the symptoms of the right foot were not alleviated, but they were scalded with two blisters. However, Aunt Wang did not go to the hospital for treatment, and bought some ointment.
When Aunt Wang’s daughter discovered, the problem would be more serious. The right foot was broken, infected, and local secretions. The body temperature was 38.5 ° C. The child quickly sent her hospitalization to avoid the occurrence of severe diabetes.
Similar situations are not uncommon in hospitals. Some diabetes patients eventually lead to amputation because of small trauma! Really sorry!
Why does diabetic foot occur
Patients with diabetes are often accompanied by microvascular lesions and neuropathy in the lower limbs, causing the feet to be unsightly irritating to cold, heat, and pain, and can even be said to be numb, so it is particularly easy to be injured, such as scald, frostbite, stabbing, cutting, etc.
Aunt Wang was not sensitive to water temperature, which caused the feet to burn.
Therefore, warmly remind Sugar Friends: You should usually be careful, protect your feet, and avoid injuries! 12 tricks to prevent diabetes
1 Select the shoes
Buy shoe time: should be selected to buy shoes from the afternoon to the evening.
Trying through the feet at the same time, the difference between the size of the left and right feet should be based on a slightly larger foot.
The shoes should be wide, leaving a finger distance, good breathability, and choosing shoes with lace or nylon buckle.
Those who lose their touch can cut their feet shape compared with the hard paper shell, put them into the shoes to help judge the width and size of the shoes.
When testing the shoes, you should take a few more steps in the room. You need to wear socks and test shoes.
The upper is better, soft and breathable high -quality soft leather or cloth, and it should be closed around. Avoid sandals with anterior toe and heels.
The soles should be slightly thicker, and the elastic and non -slip Oxford or rubber soles should be selected; it is not advisable to wear high heels to avoid pressure on the toes forward.
The front part of the shoe should be round or square, leaving a certain toe space to prevent abnormal pressure from being produced, avoid wearing pointed shoes.
Feel the inner lining of the shoe with your hands, you should not be able to touch any rough seams. 2 wear pair of shoes
Before wearing shoes, check whether there is any foreign body in the shoes. The first day of wearing new shoes should not be too long. After half an hour to 1 hour, you should take off your feet to have red regions or traces of friction. Dressing time to ensure that potential problems are found in time. 3 Wash your feet every day to avoid burns
Use warm water (40 ° C, do not feel hot with your hands, or accurately measure water temperature with a thermometer) and the non-irritating soap, soak your feet for 5-10 minutes, and then dry it with a white towel, including the toe seam; check the sufficient enough every day; Whether or not the ministry is damaged, once damaged, go to the hospital early to take treatment measures, do not deal with it by yourself. 4 When trimming toenails, cut it flat
Those who have embedded nails should not cut the skin; those with poor vision, feet sensory disorders, obesity, arthritis, and inconvenience of mobility should be trimmed by others and flattened toenails. 5 胼胝 Don’t cut it yourself
Due to the unevenness of the soles of the feet, it is caused by the occurrence of the 胼胝. Do not trim it yourself, because it is particularly easy to cut, you should find a professional doctor to deal with it. Conditional diabetic patients can wear special treatment shoes, with a special insole, disperse the bottom pressure, and reduce the formation of crickets. 6 Chicken Eye is going to the hospital for repair
If there is a chicken eye, you must invite professional doctors for treatment, and do not let people with streets be treated. 7 Wear the right socks
To choose a comfortable and breathable cotton socks; socks should not be too small or too large; socks should not be too tight to avoid affecting the blood circulation of the foot; Choose light -colored socks so that blood stains or purulent secretions can be found in time when the skin is damaged. 8 smoking quit
Those with severe smoking can easily cause peripheral vascular lesions and induce or aggravate diabetes. 9 Avoid burns
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Do not use hot water bags, hot treasures, electric heaters, electric blankets and other items in winter to avoid burns. 10 Control blood sugar, comprehensive management
Patients with diabetes must manage various indicators such as blood sugar, blood lipids, blood pressure, and weight, and strive to meet the standards to avoid the occurrence of diabetic neuropathy and vascular lesions, thereby effectively preventing diabetes.