Commentary - African Journal of Diabetes medicine (2022)

Treatment of Diabetic Foot in Patients
Department of Endocrinology, Fujian Medical University, China

*Corresponding Author:

Jiayu Lin, Department of Endocrinology, Fujian Medical University, China, Email:

Received: 02-Mar-2022, Manuscript No. ajdm-22-61986; Accepted Date: Mar 28, 2022 ; Editor assigned: 04-Mar-2022, Pre QC No. ajdm-22-61986 (QC); Reviewed: 18-Mar-2022, QC No. ajdm-22-61986; Revised: 24-Mar-2022, Manuscript No. ajdm-22-61986 (R); Published: 31-Mar-2022


Diabetic foot (DF) is one of the genuine and excruciating persistent intricacies for diabetic patients, particularly older patients with diabetes. It has a high mortality, handicap and removal rate, seriously influencing the patient’s personal satisfaction and putting a significant weight on the patient, family and society. The yearly pace of diabetic foot ulcers in China is around 8.1%, and the one-year repeat pace of post-it is around 31.1% to mend foot ulcers. Obstructive rest apnea ( OSA) is the most well-known persistent rest issue with predominance going from 4% to 24% in the populace, and its pervasiveness increments with heftiness and age.

The pathophysiological component of OSA is the rehashed event of complete or deficient upper respiratory lot. Hindrance during rest, joined by discontinuous hypoxemia, hypercapnia, and underlying unsettling influences in rest. It is a huge gamble factor for type 2 diabetes, hypertension, cerebrovascular infection, cardiovascular sickness, and different problems. What’s more, restricted information recommend that OSA rates in persistent injury patients reach 57%, which surpasses OSA rates overall moderately aged grown-ups, proposing that OSA might add to the advancement of skin ulcers and It even dials back the mending system of ulcers, prompting the improvement of constant ulcers. Since OSA can prompt the improvement of diabetes and the commonness of OSA is fundamentally higher in diabetics, what is the pervasiveness of OSA in diabetic foot patients? Does it prompt the advancement of foot ulcers?

Does it demolish the seriousness of foot ulcers and slow their mending? Because of the intricacy of OSA, the connection among OSA and DF misses the mark concerning the abovementioned and needs further thought. Cross-sectional examinations have shown that the predominance of type 2 diabetes in OSA patients goes from 15-30%, and that the pervasiveness of raised glucose and insulin obstruction in OSA patients is fundamentally higher than in everyone. solid numbers, with portion risk subordinate. The predominance of OSA in patients with type 2 diabetes is around 71%. Discontinuous hypoxia and rest fracture in OSA patients have been demonstrated to be related with dysglycemia, insulin opposition, and strange islet β-cell work.

Until this point, planned investigations have been performed on the predominance of type 2 diabetes in OSA patients with a subsequent time of 3 to 16 years, with conflicting outcomes between reads up after right for frustrating variables. Another cross-sectional investigation discovered that diabetics with OSA have more unfortunate glycemic control than those without OSA. Presently, the greater part of all diabetics overall might be impacted. impacted by both diabetes and OSAS. A potential result of this is that patients with joined OSA might not have viable glycemic control. A potential result is that patients with joined OSA might not have viable glycemic control. In light of the ongoing clinical outcomes, we noticed a huge expansion in the quantity of patients with OSA. In view of current clinical outcomes, we have noticed a higher commonness of diabetes. National patients classified as Blacks have an increased risk of more than 10 percent of significant leg amputation or transplantation and a normal portion of Medicare elderly patients hospitalized with diabetic foot ulcers.



Conflict of Interest

The author has nothing to disclose and also state no conflict of interest in the submission of this manuscript

Select your language of interest to view the total content in your interested language

Latest issues

To read the issue click on a cover