Resident, Member of Pedorthic Association of Canada, Canada
*Corresponding Author: Gusyev Valentyn, Resident, Member of Pedorthic Association of Canada, Canada.
Received: March 09, 2023; Published: April 18, 2023
Diabetic foot syndrome is a complex set of anatomical and functional changes that occur in 30-60% of diabetic patients. A high content of glucose in the blood reduces its fluidity, capillary circulation and cell nutrition deteriorate. Such a state of blood for a long time leads to damage to the vessels and nerves of the lower extremities, to the disorder of the processes of muscle innervation (neuropathy) and to a decrease in the main blood flow in the arteries (angiopathy). 50-70% of amputations occur in patients with diabetes mellitus. After amputation, 30 to 50 percent of patients die after 2-3 years.
Citation: Gusyev Valentyn. “Diabetic Foot Syndrome Bio-Podo Correctors”.Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 6.5 (2023): 87-88.
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