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Every year chronic wounds caused by poor circulation and other medical problems—including diabetes—keep 5-6 million Americans from their jobs and their recreational pursuits. Due to the increasing burden of chronic wounds on society, wound care has developed into a medical specialty that saves lives, limbs, and healthcare dollars.
Wound care has evolved from gauze dressings to modern treatments like moist wound healing, collagen products, silver antimicrobials, growth factors, bioengineered tissue, negative pressure systems, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
According to the American Diabetes Association, the lifetime risk of a foot ulcer in diabetes patients may be as high as 25%. Diabetic foot ulcers are a major cause of morbidity and mortality, accounting for many nontraumatic amputations. Treating a diabetic foot ulcer involves addressing blood sugars, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, kidney disease, offloading the affected limb, and blood flow.
Risk factors to be aware of that can delay wound healing:
Some signs and symptoms of a wound that isn't healing:
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Because when you take care of yourself, everyone around you benefits.