Profile of Blood Glucose in Diabetic Patient Suffered from Diabetic Foot Osteomyelitis with Effective Low Carbohydrate Diet.
Diabetes mellitus is chronic and crucial non-communicable disease across the world.
It may give various influence in social, medical and economic aspects.
Then, some diabetic standard guidelines were presented for adequate diagnosis
and treatment for better glycemic control.
Chronic complications related to diabetes mellitus include both microvascular and
Among them, a variety of mechanism has been involved in the development
and aggravation of macroangiopathy, including vascular damage, neuronal dysfunction,
interstitial injury, metabolic damage and others.
Diabetes mellitus brings more incidence of various diabetic complications of foot.
Among them, diabetic foot infection has been crucial problem for actual diabetic practice.
The reason includes persisting infection for long, necessary frequent
visits, treatment of antibiotics, daily wound care, sometimes surgical procedures.
DFI has been one of the macroangiopathy and complication to be necessary for hospitalization.
It may show complex clinical course, with several exacerbation such as the amputation
of lower extremities and economically high health costs.
When patients have some degree of DFI, the prognosis would be poor from several reports.
According to a prospective study, the prognosis of DFI showed that foot ulcer healed in 46% at 1-year, 15%
of patients were dead and 17% had the amputation of lower extremity.
Diabetes Res Open J. 2020; 6(1): 10-16. doi: 10.17140/DROJ-6-144