age:70yrs/F....dibetic patient...fasting: 90mg/dL post meal: 200mg/dl... suddenly she fall down and she got injured in ankel and wound in her surface of ankle because of severe pain..she put hot pack with cloth added with salt water and she was infected in ankle region

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These are burn blis5ers bcz of hot fomentation Pt is diabetic and had a fall Adv xray foot to r/o underlying bone injury Pt will need line of treatment as per condition Strict control of diabetes Sos need to shift on insulin Debridement of burn injury If bone injury than accordingly to take steps

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. DIABETES..WITH H/O FALL DOWN RESULT IN RT..FOOT INJURY.. ? POST TRAUMATIC SWELLING RT. FOOT..WITH.. SUPERFICIAL BURNS .. LEADING TO CELLULITIS.. NEED'S.. * STRICT GLYCEMIC CONTROL WITH ANTIDIABETIC MANAGEMENT WITH EXPERTS OPINION.. * WOUND MANAGEMENT WITH SURGEONS OPINION.. * ANTIBIOTICS COVERAGE WITH NSAIDS AS PER REQUIREMENT.. * INVESTIGATIONS.. X-RAY STUDY.. HEMOGRAM.. BSR HBA1C.. PUS C AND S EXAMINATION..

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Ignorance about how to get relief from pain in Diabetes caused this. Proper care of blisters & wounds along with control of BSL is important. Complete offloading & bed rest till healing of blisters & then think about the ankle injury.

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Primafacically it is due to compression of heat....caused blistter anx inflamation. Aseptic measure... Strict Glysemic controll. NSAID..

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Strict control of diabetes Puncher the bullaes Antibiotics orally TBact oint locally Nsaid orally

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Diabeties Post burn cellulitis Antibiotics Ointments Analgesics

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SUGGESTIVE OF BURNS BLISTERS.. DIABETIC NON. HEALING WOUNDS AND CELLULITIS

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Due to diabetic Strict dm control. Iv antibiotics Insuline Dont burst the bullae Analgesics

Need proper control of diabetes T bact ointment dressing with bactigras Antibiotic and light nsaid Foot elevation

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MULTIPLE BLISTERS FOOT WITH MILD CELLULITIS

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