Mr. Wang had a consultation in the Department of Out Outside of our hospital half a year ago. He had poor blood glucose control. The diabetic disease course was more than ten years. He usually felt numbness and suffered from “beriberi”. He suggested that he was hospitalized for treatment in the clinic. Mr. Wang refused.
About 2 months ago, Mr. Wang had a right -footed infection after repairing his foot at the outside of the hospital. Fortunately, he had a timely treatment and did not develop into a diabetic foot. It improved slightly after half a month in my department, and spent more than 10,000.
Mr. Wang’s case tells us a truth: “footage” of diabetic patients should not be ignored, and no attention may cause calamity. Let ’s know how to prevent diabetic patients.
Diabetic patients have high blood sugar, poor resistance, and are more likely to be harassed by shallow fungi. Among them, it is particularly easy to happen.
Tinea -footed is also called foot athletes, which are fungal infections in the feet. According to the study, 25%of patients with diabetes will have athlete infection; some studies have found that the proportion is as high as 30%. The following three types are common in ringworm:
① Bellet type: It is often deepened from the toe, toe, and its side edge, which is not easy to rupture. It is accompanied by obvious itching. After a few days, the blisters are dry and dandruff, and itching is alleviated.
② Rotten type: Common between 4 to 5 or 5 to 4 toe. The stratum corneum is impregnated, white, and ionized. After exfoliation, a bright red erosion or honeycomb base is exposed. At this time, there is a lot of exudate, there is a strange odor, itching is unbearable, and it is easy to be infected.
③ Scale keratinization: common in the heels, toes and its side edge, the stratum corneum is thickened, rough, desquamation, and dry cracks like bark.
Most diabetic patients have vascular lesions and neuropathy. This lesion of the skin is likely to develop into chronic ulcers that are not healed, severe may become gangrene, or even amputation, so whether the skin ulceration is serious or not.
The body’s immunity of diabetic people has also declined, so its resistance to fungi also decreases, which is easy to cause recurrence.
How to prevent beriberi
1. First of all, we must control blood sugar so that the body has strong resistance and can play a good role in skin barriers.
2. In addition to controlling blood sugar, people with diabetes should mainly prevent measures, pay attention to hygiene, and avoid various infections from the source.
3. Wear loose, breathable shoes and socks.
4. Do not share slippers, sanitary appliances, etc. with others.
5. Try to avoid walking in barefoot in public bathrooms, swimming pools, and gyms.
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6. If you have people with athletes at home, try to avoid washing clothes with them.
If diabetic patients find signs of foot air, go to a regular medical institution as soon as possible to adopt a suitable treatment method to completely treat the athlete to avoid serious consequences.