Amputation of the
7 Amputation of the Foot in Diabetic Patients
1- Associate professor of infectious Diseases 2- Pharmacist 3- psychiatrist 4- Infectious Specialist 5- Occupational Medicine Resident, 6- General Physician, 7- Diabetes clinic Dr.
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Abstract: An amputation usually refers to the removal of the whole or part of an arm/hand or a leg/foot. Amputations can occur after an injury (traumatic amputation) or deliberately at surgery. The populations covered by the oil-rich areas (99,062 people) about 5500 diabetic patients were identified. 2 years in 35 cases of amputation due to diabetes was reported that 9 of them did so were excluded. Amputations due to diabetes was 26 of 17 (65%) were related to Ahwaz, and only 12 (70%) of oil have been covered by large hospital diabetes clinic. 6 out of 12 patients (50%) patients had diabetes clinic regularly.
[Salmanzadeh Sh, Marashi Seyedkamal, Dehghan Bahram, Sarami Abdollah, Zahabi Alireza, Salehi Seyed parviz, Rohanimanesh F. Amputation of the foot in diabetic patients. Life Sci J 2012;9(1):39-41] (ISSN: 1097-8135).http://www.lifesciencesite.com. 7
Key words: Diabetic foot ulcer-Amputation Full Text 7