[CARING FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS]
Unless treated promptly, diabetic foot ulcers may cause complications that include cellulitis, osteomyelitis (bone infections), and gangrene.
Advanced foot ulcers often require wound debridement, a process that carefully removes dead tissue. Doctors perform debridement in various ways one of which is probing the wound to determine the size of the ulcer. Your doctor may also recommend at-home diabetic foot ulcer treatments.
Diabetic ulcers typically experience slow wound healing, but definite improvements should be seen within a week of beginning treatment.
An ulcer that does not heal or becomes worse should be re-evaluated by a physician as soon as possible to prevent possible complications.
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