Diabetic foot Debridement

What is a Diabetic foot debridement?

The process of debridement has been designed as an intervention to speed up the healing of foot ulcers in diabetic patients. It demands the removal of pus and infected tissues f...

How does it help?

Debridement is considered as one of the most significant aspects of diabetic foot ulcer care with offloading and control of infection. It reduces the risk of infection and gives...

How is it done?

What are the benefit and risks of this procedure?

Surgical foot debridement is a revolutionary medical procedure, but this advanced technique also has a few risks associated with it. 

The advantages of the procedure are:

  • Removes the necrotic tissues.
  • Reduces the risk of further infection.

The risks associated with the procedure are:

  • Infection.
  • Reaction to anaesthesia.
  • Damage to underlying blood vessels, tendons, and other structures.

The limitations of the procedure are: 

  • The need for a subsequent session.
  • Extreme pain during the session.

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