Diabetic ulcer is chronic complication of diabetes melitus shown as connective tissues ulceration and destruction on lower limbs caused by uncontrollable. KEYWORDS: Diabetic foot ulcers, clinical profiles, outcomes, Indonesia .. Profil ulkus diabetik pada penderita rawat inap di bagian penyakit. Lower extremity ulcers represent a serious and costly complication of diabetes mellitus. Many factors contribute to the development of diabetic foot. Peripheral.

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During gait, diabetic patients show attenuated mild changes in AT length [ ] associated with limited ankle dorsiflexion and a redacted leg rolling over the foot during the late stance phase [ 5166 ].

In the end, LEA is a common outcome of DFU who are admitted to our hospital, as well as being a notable cause of death. Some of the functional deficits correlated to diabetic foot such as limited joint mobility, muscle weakness, poor balance, lower gait speed and less walking are well known and have been treated by ET programs [ 204582]. Radiographs were taken from the affected foot s to discover bone abnormalities. Those with a superficial skin ulcer were treated conservatively by local care debridement, dressing while abscess collection was incised and drained.

In DPN patients this may be explained by the presence of lower gait speed and by the difficulty in controlling the medium-lateral sway that is particularly high during heel-strike and propulsion [ 44, ].

As a result DPN patients diabetil a significant reduction of COP displacement in both mediolateral and antero-posterior directions during gait, associated with plantar foot overloading compared to non-diabetic subjects [ 5152]. The effects of muscle activation on postural stability in diabetes mellitus patients with cutaneous sensory deficit in the foot.

Gait characteristics of people with diabetes-related peripheral neuropathy, with and without a history of ulceration. Br J Diabetes Vasc Dis. In diabetic patients overall joint tissue damage can influence joint function, limit the range of motion and induce foot PP jurnql in both orthostatic and ciabetik conditions [ 53]. These patients have a significant risk of poor-healing ulcers, foot infection, and LEA, which is reportedly more frequent among low socioeconomic group patients with precarious hygiene conditions [ 19 ].


The risk associated with the use of these therapeutic solutions is to feed vicious postural cycles instead of solving them. The subsequent displacements of COP during the stance phase are also altered. Emerging Health Effects and Disease Prevention 1: The famous maxim told that prevention is better than cure can be applicable: Moreover physical activity improves perfusion and plasma viscosity facilitating oxygen delivery, skeletal muscle metabolism and strength in diabetic patients with PAD [ 1974778399 ].

It is well documented that the quality of gait and posture are also connected to the capacity of AT, PF, and metatarso-phalangeal joints to work synergistically [ 54 ]. A structured questionnaire was designed and constructed in sections to collect different aspects of the following information: The use of dynamic posturography to detect neurosensorial disorder in IDDM without clinical neuropathy.

Prior to the commencement of the study, ethical clearance was obtained from the hospital authority number: Plantar fascia thickness, a measure of tissue glycation, predicts the development of complications in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.

Prevalence of radiographic foot abnormalities in patients with diabetes. The AGE of the matrix: Altered fiber distribution and fiber-specific glycolytic and oxidative enzyme activity in skeletal muscle of patients with type 2 diabetes. Different procedures in management of diabetic foot infections.

These findings are unexpected because there is a high prevalence of pes cavus in DPN patients that is normally associated with backward displacement of the pelvis and a posterior pelvic tilt [ 63 ]. It is unclear whether assumption of abnormal postures rigid posture in diabetic patients can lead to tightness of the lower limb muscles, thereby inducing negative effects on the foot.

Our previous study [ 9 ] reported that the presence of PAD was found to be a major predictive factor for poor outcome after DFU admission.

Kejadian Ulkus Diabetik Pada Pasien Diabetes Melitus Yang Merokok – Neliti

Lastly, this study is not population-based and represents patients referred to a tertiary care hospital. Diabetes Metab Res Rev. Therapy of DNP is difficult because diabetic neuropathies are heterogeneous and affect different parts of the nervous system [ 2333 ]. Kariadi General Hospital with foot problems.


Kejadian Ulkus Diabetik Pada Pasien Diabetes Melitus Yang Merokok

Third, because our aims were descriptive, we did not undertake inferential statistical analysis, so we were not able to associate the clinical profile with outcome of ulkuus foot problem.

Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors. Differences in the gait characteristics of patients with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy compared with age-matched controls. Foot ulcers in the diabetic patient, prevention and treatment.

At the same time the presence of a neuronal impairment threshold beyond which it is difficult to reverse the negative effects of disease by ET, has been suggested [ jurnsl82 ]. The quality of posture and gait is directly related to the quality of somatosensory sensitivity [ ], so the treatment of diabetic patients, particularly if affected by neuropathy, should be focused on correction of posture and foot roll-over disorders.

Prediction of outcome in individuals with diabetic foot ulcers: Diabetes Mellitus Patients analysis results in the category of smoke were 27 patients A greater prevalence of foot deformities and reduced jjurnal foot contact area on the ground can be present in neuropathic patients [ 51,]. Yaqin, Muhammad Ainul and Mumun Nurmilawati. Anaerobic culture of diabetic foot infections: This review shows the complexity of alterations in the lower leg and foot in diabetic patients and the ways in which they can affect balance, posture and the biomechanics of the whole body.

Foot problems in diabetics can frequently be life or limb threatening, yet have not received the same level of attention as other diabetes complications [ 6 ].