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General Practice

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Diabetic foot care

The most common complications of diabetes are the progressive damage to the blood vessels (vascular disease) and the nerves in charge of sensitivity (neuropathy).

The importance of prevention

Poor circulation and poor sensitivity to pain, temperature, etc., are predispositions for the occurrence of small erosions and wounds, which are difficult and slow to heal, mainly in the lower extremities (feet), with a high risk of infection, gangrene and even amputation if not cared for properly.


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