UNDERSTANDING DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS - INFOGRAPHIC

Publish Date: May 2021
Author(s): ANHI

Abstract:

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore that usually develops on the bottom of the foot. The wound may begin as a minor injury, burn or reaction to extreme cold. If the wound goes unnoticed, it could become infected and have trouble healing. 


Our new infographic for patients explains: 

  • What can cause a diabetic foot ulcer 
  • The role high blood sugar can play in harming your feet 
  • What factors can increase the risk of developing a foot ulcer 
  • Basic foot care strategies 
  • How to identify and care for this type of wound 
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