50year old Male,known case of diabetes on irregular treatment presented with pain,swelling,ulcer with discharge and discolouration of Left big toe since 2weeks... Diagnosis and management?

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Diabetic foot

Gangreen foot

Diabetic foot

Glycaemic control by Insulin. Antibiotics to be given. Cleanliness of the foot and avoidance of trauma required

? Osteomyelitis ? Infection with impending wet gangrene Strict DM control X-ray for r/o Osteomyelitis Doppler study for assessment vascularity treatment according with pentoxifylline sos Micronutrient with vit B&C

Diabetic foot with cellulitis and infection of great toe

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot

Diabetic foot with cellulitis and infection of great toe . Strict glycaemic control to be achieved by insulin. Inj .cetriaxone I gm + Sulbactum 500mg B.D for 7days followed by oral cefuroxime 500mg B.D for 7days along with chymoral forte for 7days. Diabetic foot care. A colour Doppler study of lower limb vessels to rule out peripheral vascular disease. With aggressive treatment, gangrene can be prevented

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Gangrene of foot

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