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Best Diabetic Wound Service

AK Nursing Service ensures the safety and hygiene for patients with well-defined clinical protocols that are at par with hospital standards. All the services are facilitated by doctor-driven treatment.
n people with diabetes, wounds tend to heal more slowly and progress more quickly, so it’s important to know what to look out for. Although cuts, grazes, scratches, and blisters can occur anywhere on the body, the feet are one of the most common places of injury. A small wound on the foot can quickly develop into a foot ulcer.

Foot ulcers can become serious if left untreated. Between 14 and 24 percent of people who have diabetes and develop an ulcer will end up having a lower limb amputation. For this reason, it’s crucial that you do regular self-checks and closely monitor any wounds closely. Catching wounds early is the only way to reduce your risk of complications.

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