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Diabetes, or hyperglycemia, is abnormally high blood glucose. If blood sugar levels are not normalized in a diabetic, the body may have trouble fending off infections due to decreased functioning of the immune system. This can affect the feet in particular due to peripheral artery disease (lack of circulation) and peripheral neuropathy (loss of feeling).
Risk identification is fundamental for effective preventive management of the foot in people with diabetes.
The risk of ulcers or amputations is increased in people who:
have had diabetes ≥10 years, are male, have poor glucose control, or have cardiovascular, retinal, or renal complications.
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