In the hot summer again, in addition to the usual situations that are usually seen in patients with diabetic clinics, there is another kind of sunburn. The old lady goes to the beach for vacation. Burned.
Beautiful holidays change disaster
A 62 -year -old lady has been suffering from type 1 diabetes for 40 years. She merged with retinopathy and neuropathy. A while ago, the old lady went to Blackpip for vacation. A very frustrating thing happened. She took off her shoes and socks on the beach and sat on the folding chair comfortably, with 3 hours. The old lady covered her head and trunk with a parasol, but her feet and legs were exposed to the sun, resulting in 3 degrees of burns on the right foot. Later, the old lady was hospitalized for clearance and skin implantation. Fortunately, she healed after 6 weeks. However, in fact, diabetic patients are easily injured during vacation when they travel. The general heat damage in this season is very common. Endocrine doctors should tell patients to do sunscreen and sunburn.
Precautions for patients with high risk for diabetes foot
Having heavier luggage will increase the pressure.
Beware of the car buses at the airport may touch or hold the feet or calf.
Avoid other hurried passengers on their feet.
Do a good job of boarding plans to reduce the way to walk at the airport.
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Properly walk back and forth in the aisle to reduce the possibility of severe edema and deep venous thrombosis.
Wear adjustable shoes.
Drink enough water to prevent dehydration and avoid drinking tea, coffee, wine and carbonated drinks.
It is best to prepare a wheelchair for patients who have serious feet problems and ensure that they have sufficient time boarding and getting off the plane.
Diabetes foot high -risk patients with seaside vacation care points
Do not wear new shoes during the holidays.
Make sure wearing socks.
Dry skin should be used.
If you have a foot problem, you should ask the local medical staff in time to avoid deterioration of the disease.
Carry a first aid box with you.
Plastic sandals on the beach or in the sea.
Missing pain in protective pain cannot be ignored
When managing high -risk patients in diabetes, it is important to realize that the patient’s psychological factors are very important. We must tell the chronic complications of diabetic patients. I hope they control blood glucose and other related indicators, unless an emergency (such as a condition is very serious, the condition is very heavy. Patients want to be discharged by themselves or refuse to save their lives) to avoid intentionally frightening patients. They must provide patients with correct and useful information to give them confidence in defeating the disease.
For patients with high -risk diabetes, patients must emphasize the lack of protection of sexual pain. This is easy to be ignored by patients. Protective pain can make people avoid those obvious harmful stimuli. Pain, severely burned. When designing education plans, clinicians should be aware of the lack of potential danger of protective pain. Tell patients patiently with the lack of pain caused by patients, and ask them to learn how to prevent injuries and have regular inspections.
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Daily foot inspections must do homework
High -risk groups of diabetes need to check their feet carefully every day, especially pay attention to the toe seams. During the trip, we must adhere to this task. Pay attention to whether there are crickets and chicken eyes. If local skin is swollen, bruises, blisters, skin cracks, grinding, ringworm, and methylitis, it should be treated in time. When a foot is infected and ulcers occur, they should be hospitalized in time.