Deep Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Diabetic foot ulcers are open sores that occur in about 15% of all diabetic patients. If left untreated, they can cause permanent damage and may even lead to amputation. They may be treated by debridement, which is the removal of the damaged tissue in order to promote healing. The dead skin is scraped off down to the level of healthy, bleeding tissue. In today’s clip, Dr. Callus Cutter (a podiatrist) demonstrates the technique.

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