If you suffer from a wound that just won’t heal, YOU NEED the advanced therapies and comprehensive approach of the Save Legs Diabetic Foot Clinic & Wound Care Center at HYDERABAD, INDIA to get help for chronic or nonhealing wounds.
You scratch your foot while walking barefoot, or hurt it while clipping your nails or you get a “Shoe Bite” because of an ill fitting shoe. For most people, the cut is nothing an antiseptic ointment won’t fix or worst comes to worst a course of oral antibiotics won’t help. However, if you have diabetes or circulatory problems, this simple injury could become a major wound & this is where the services of the Save Legs Diabetic Foot Clinic & Wound Care Center become important.
Typical risk factors for chronic or nonhealing wounds include
- Reduced sensation (Neuropathy)
- Vascular disease – Venous or Arterial
- Immobility (which may lead to pressure ulcers or bed sores)
- Rarer causes like Sickle cell anemia, Immunological disorders like SLE, Rheumatoid Arthritis etc.
People with diabetes are at particular risk for developing these wounds, which can cause severe health risks and may result in life-threatening infections and possible amputation.
“If your wound hasn’t shown significant improvement in 1-2 weeks, it’s essential that you seek treatment at a facility that specializes in wound care”
“In case of diabetics with foot wounds, if the wound does not show signs of healing in 24 hours of detection, it is imperative to seek specialized help at the earliest”
Diabetic Foot Wounds may also present with fever with chills(shivering), high blood sugars without fever, simply a feeling of cold apart from usual signs of infection which may or may not be present.
“With the Save Legs Diabetic Foot Clinic & Wound Care Center’s multiple leading-edge treatments from a comprehensive team, people with slow-healing wounds no longer have to suffer”
THE COMPREHENSIVE CARE UNIT CONSISTS OF A TEAM INCLUDING:
- ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON
- VASCULAR SURGEON
- ANESTHETISTS & INTENSIVISTS TRAINED IN VARIOUS TYPES OF BLOCKS TO ENABLE US TO OPERATE AND TREAT HIGH RISK PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE PROBLEMS INCLUDING MULTI SYSTEM ORGAN FAILURE
- WOUND CARE NURSE TO EDUCATE AND GUIDE PATIENTS
. “Our approach heals wounds that have resisted other treatments, helps you avoid loss of limbs, and reduces the likelihood of infection recurrence”
Our Comprehensive approach includes but is not limited to :
Evidence-based clinical protocols for wound management (such as infection control, daily dressing changes, and debridement—the removal of damaged or dead tissue)
An individualized, comprehensive care plan that brings you the most appropriate and effective treatments for your particular needs
Continual Communication with your primary care physician
Thorough Training : for you and your family on home care for wounds and
Education Materials: and resources related to prevention, nutrition, hygiene, and other key topics
CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY & TREATMENTS USED BUT NOT LIMITED TO INCLUDE :
- HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY (HBOT)
- SUB ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE THERAPY(SAP) / NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY (NPWT) / VACUUM ASSISTED CLOSURE(VAC)
- NEWER WOUND CARE DRESSINGS LIKE IONIC SILVER , HYDROCOLLOIDS/GELS AND OTHERS
- ENDOVENOUS LASER TREATMENT(EVLT) FOR VENOUS PROBLEMS
- LYMPHO VENOUS PUMPS ETC.
- PERIPHERAL VASCULAR BYPASS SURGERIES
The centre utilizes latest scientific advances as well as time tested approaches to help patients with chronic wounds and difficult to heal wounds. The use of multiple combinations of therapies including need based changes at the earliest and the comprehensive approach towards limb salvage and wound care is the USP of the centre.
We not only use advanced therapies but also address the underlying causes of those wounds (such as lack of exercise, poor nutrition or hygiene, or ill-fitting shoes) to help eliminate recurrence.
Our outcomes translate into fewer re-hospitalizations, a reduced chance of prolonged or permanent disability, and an improved quality of life.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us today
Here’s a staggering statistic: More than 80000 Indians with diabetes undergo amputation because of foot ulcers or chronic wounds annually. But you don’t have to be one of them. Doctors estimate that nearly 70 percent of amputations are preventable with awareness, prevention, and timely intervention.