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Infected foot

Complains of trauma four days back Diabetic hypertensive 55yrs age Severe pain and tenderness

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Little toe disarticulation Debridement with dressing Arterial Doppler done which revealed peripheral arterial disease

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Diabetic foot Nonhealing lesions shows gangrenous changes Needs good debridement sos Amputation of little toe Dressings with bactigrass Broadspectrum antibiotics like amoxyclav625mg 1bd Tab lenazolinid 600mg 1bd Manage diabetes with insulin and OHA Rest to foot Offloading of wt

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Post trauma ulcer of left foot Adv: FBS, PPBS, CBC, X RAY left foot AP & LATERAL Debridement of necrotic tissue Clean with H2O2 and NS Dressing with HYDROHEAL gel & jelonet gauze Tab AUGMENTIN 625mg tds for 7 days Tab ZERODOL SP bd for 7 days Tab PAN 40 od for 7 days Tab A TO Z od for 15 days Tab TRAMADOL 50mg sos Keep blood sugar & pressure under control. Continue medication for DM & HTN 2 Pillow limb elevation Dressing every alternate day

Little toe disarticulation Debridement with dressing Arterial Doppler done which revealed peripheral arterial disease

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