A MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCER- CASE STUDY
Diabetic foot is the most serious and common complication which occurs in 15% of diabetic people. Regular foot examination plays an important role in ulcer prevention and good occupational health approach is essential for effective wound healing and rescuing limbs from amputations. These interventions reduce the amputation rate by up to 85%. The purpose of this paper is to identify the case study and provide a nursing care plan for the patient with diabetic foot through nursing theory. Method of work: The current study is a case study based on the nursing care plan of a patient diagnosed with diabetic foot. This paper aimed to evaluate the problems of the diabetic ulcer patient and its management through Abdullah's theory. We report a 62 year old female patient, with pain and discomfort, drowsiness.
Conclusion: By implementing the nursing process in the right way the intended goals were achieved. Nurses in their professional work must have great responsibilities in providing quality care, educating patients for care and raising their level of care.
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