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

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Hello this Dr. Kuldeep Patel. Please call me on 8866116666. We treat Gangrene patients with our unique ayurvedic medicine that heals it. No amputation is required in any case. Visit this webpage and see few images of Gangrene patients who are healed. They were scheduled for amputation which was not required afterwards. https://sites.google.com/site/sanjivanispecialityclinic/specialities/diabetes

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