Diabetic Wound Treatment

Diabetic Wound Treatment in Chennai

What is Diabetic Wound?

Abnormally high blood glucose levels lead to the diabetic ulcer or wounds. A Diabetic Wound is an open sore or wound that occurs in approximately 15 percent of patients with diabetes and they are located on the bottom of the foot. For patients with Diabetes, all wounds are a serious health concern and require careful attention. Even small cuts and insects bites become serious it left untreated. If wounds occur often it will take slower time to heal the risk of infections and other complications such as gangrene formation and leads to amputation which increases the risk for life.

Diabetic Wound is the most common chronic wound in which the healing is impaired because less oxygen can reach the wound and the tissues may not heal quickly. With the loss of sensation, patients do not feel developing blisters, infections, or existing wound changes. Moreover, impaired sweating, dry and cracked skin, toenail infection, and foot deformities are more commonly found in people with diabetes that often increase the risk of a bacterial infection.

If untreated wound becomes infection, the infected may spread to muscle and bone. This condition is called as Osteomyelitis. If an infection develops in the wound and is left treated, gangrene is formed. Gangrene is a common cause of amputations in people’s who lost their limbs as a result of diabetes. Sometimes people with uncontrolled infections develop sepsis, which occurs when an infection spreads into the blood stream. Sepsis can be life threatening.

Signs and Symptoms of Diabetic Wounds:

  • Darkened skin on the affected area
  • Pus drainage (weeping wound)
  • Redness
  • Physical appearance of diabetic wound
  • Decayed wounds
  • Wounds with irregular shape and border
  • Perforated wounds like pit
  • Loss of hair in the area
  • Swelling
  • Tingling
  • Diminished ability to sense hot or cold
  • Discharge of fluid or pus
  • Foul smell
  • Skin discoloration
  • Chronic pain or no pain at all
  • Inflammation and redness
  • Bad odor coming from the wound
  • Dead tissues around the wound
  • Numbness and dullness
  • Sometimes worms present at wounds
  • Blackish discoloration
  • Fever or chills.

Cause of Diabetic Wound:

Ulcers in people with Diabetes are most commonly caused by:

  • Poor circulation
  • High blood sugar
  • Nerve damage
  • Irritated or wounded feet
  • Weakened immune system
  • Narrow arteries
  • Repeated scratching of the small wounds
  • Insect bites and trauma
  • Impaired sweating
  • Dry and cracked skin
  • Toenail infections
  • Foot abnormality Charcot’s foot
  • Reduced production of growth and healing hormones
  • Decreased production and repair of new blood vessels
  • A weakened skin barrier
  • Reduced collagen production

Complicated Risk Factors:

  • Poorly fitted or poor quality shoes
  • Poor hygiene such as not washing regularly or not drying the feet well after washing
  • Improper trimming of toenails
  • Alcohol and Tobacco consumption-that inhibits blood circulation
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Obesity

Diabetes foot ulcers are also most common in older men. Often wounds need to be treated as soon as possible to avoid serious health problems. The other complication includes:

  • Foot injury
  • Ulcers
  • Infections
  • Poor blood flow
  • Damage to nerves and bone

Diabetic Wound is categorized as:

Neurotrophic Ulcer: Neurotrophic Ulcer usually located at increased pressure points on the bottom of the feet. However, Neurotrophic ulcer related to trauma can occur anywhere on the foot. Neuropathy and Peripheral Artery Disease often occurs together in people who have diabetes. Nerve damage (neuropathy) in the feet can result in a loss of foot sensation and changes in the sweat producing glands, increasing the risk of being unaware of foot calluses or cracks, injury or risk of infection.

Symptoms of Neuropathy include:

  • Tingling
  • Numbness
  • Pain or burning

Physical Appearance of a Diabetic Wound:

Diabetic wounds have the base appearance such as in depends upon variable that include on the patient‘s circulation, it may appear pink/red or brown or black. Also this might have unshaped borders like punched out, while the surrounding skin is often calloused.

It is easy to understand why people with diabetes are more prone to foot ulcers than other patients. This is why people with diabetes need to inspect their feet daily and wear appropriate foot wear. People with diabetes should never walk bare foot.

Herbal Treatment for Diabetic Wound:

In ancient days, there are people who get injured form war and suffer from various wounds which have been hurt and wound them deeply. Not only in those days, till yet so many herbs and the medicine that comes from herbs. Our RJR Herbal Hospital emphasizes from the great Ayurveda and Siddha experts and brought the medicine from herbs to cure the people’s wound. Not only for wounds of wars, but also the wounds that formed by Diabetics, or by some other weapons; we are giving the best herbs and the oil to heal that wound completely and to make your bone and muscle strong

Ayurveda and Siddha are well known to all of us for their natural remedies or medicines for treating patients. This treatment of herbal medicine cures diabetes as well as its complication of foot ulcers. Diabetic foot ulcer develops when an open wound does not heal completely and becomes ulcerated. This diabetic wound can grow severe with time if a person neglects the above symptoms. It is easier to heal diabetic foot ulcers through our herbal treatment in its initial stage. If it goes long without taking any treatment and medicine then it causes severe infection.

Why choosing RJR for Diabetic Wound?

Before 200-300 yrs, this is no advanced development of modern medicines and surgical procedures. During the time of war, many soldier got injured by knife, sword, and spear. Many will lost their hands, legs, and many will have stabbed wounds. So on the ancient times, Siddhars and medicinal practicers have collected all the herbs which are used to heal the wounds. They grimed those herbs into a paste and then they will apply it on the wound, if necessary they will wind up with cloths. Some, medical practitioners collect those herbs and made it into an oil and they apply it on the wound without any surgical correction.

The wound will get of healed and repaired during the short period of time. So in RJR also we have collected those herbs and processed prepared them as medicated oil and the oil is made to apply on the wound to reduce the infection and inflammation and for wound healing process. Any type of diabetic wounds whether it may be a cut or chronic may be healed with this type of medicated oil. This will completely reduce the risk of amputation and life threatening.

RJR Herbal Hospital provides you with the best treatment and cares for the patients often they simultaneously treat symptoms with the help of safe and time-tested protocol. Our expert and highly qualified Doctors treat diabetic complications like chronic non-healing wounds, diabetic wounds, diabetic ulcers, and diabetic foot through Panchakarma and other classical Ayurveda and Siddha therapies and medicines that transform into the time-bound personalized treatment plan. If you identify any of these symptoms of diabetic foot ulcer, then you should immediately start the treatment which does not reflect any side effects. Finding the hospital with the best medicine and treatment, here you will get to know about the benefits and effectiveness of the Ayurveda and Siddha to cure diabetic foot ulcers.

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