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Last Updated: 28 August 2022

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Risk factors of diabetic foot in older adults: Clinical Case

Diabetic foot is caused by infection, ulceration, or damage of the foot's deep tissues, which may be related to various causes. Objective: Through a clinical study of the FUNPRA's geriatric center in the city of Cañ, Ecuador;s' Objective: To determine the risk factors of diabetic foot in elderly women, to determine the risk factors of diabetic foot in elderly women. In the wound healing process, granulation tissue is observed, but she is being treated for diabetic foot grade I superficial wound in the right foot, does not include tendon capsule or bone. With three years of evolution DMT type II, and three months of diabetic foot evolution, diabetic foot has 3 months. Conclusion: A diabetic foot was treated, but her diabetic foot was attributed to obesity, inadequate care, and poor sanitation.

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