Diabetic Ulcer: Care and Promote Wound Healing

Authors

  • Buntawan Hirunkhro Boromarajonani college of Nursing Chakriraj, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute
  • Danai Dussaruk Boromarajonani college of Nursing Chakriraj, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute
  • Siramet Poko Boromarajonani college of Nursing Chakriraj, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute
  • Peranan Jerayingmongkol Boromarajonani college of Nursing Chakriraj, Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute

Keywords:

diabetic ulcer, wound care; wound healing promotion, diabetes mellitus

Abstract

Diabetes Mellitus--DM is a high-risk disease due to the wound healing process experienced by patients taking a long time for healing than the general public. These problems happened because of the changes in physiological factors by the procedure of nerve degeneration that can affect the blood flow into the tissue of the patient's body. The effect of nerve degeneration in diabetic sufferers and peripheral neuropathy can cause numbness and take a long healing period of chronic wounds in the diabetics. It seriously affects the physical, mental, and psychosocial of diabetics that will affect caregivers and their families. It will ultimately also have an economic impact on the country. Therefore, health professionals need to facilitate effective ways to overcome the health of diabetic patients, especially wound care procedures. This article aims to present knowledge about how to care for and promote the person who suffers from this disease and generalize the effective way to deal with diabetic health patients effectively. In addition, it introduces health technology products, especially those that can overcome wound healing in diabetic patients. Last but not least, the study is expected to shed light on and promote better ways of wound healing. Finally, it educates health professionals on how to address the health of diabetic patients and to improve the quality of life of diabetic patients.

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Published

2021-12-23

How to Cite

Hirunkhro บ. ., Dussaruk ด. ., Poko ศ. ., & Jerayingmongkol พ. . (2021). Diabetic Ulcer: Care and Promote Wound Healing. EAU Heritage Journal Science and Technology, 15(3), 41–56. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EAUHJSci/article/view/250213

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