Many people with diabetes mellitus suffer from their feet. This is called “Diabetic Foot“. It is important that your feet are well groomed and looked after daily to avoid problems. If a customer has diabetes mellitus, wounds heal less quickly. This makes the treatment especially difficult. The diabetic foot contains a number of characteristic wounds. The unique thing is that it can be drawn to an almost lifelike practice situation.
- Float eczema / fungal infection between the 4th and 5th toes
- Status after amputation of the 2nd toe
- Deep small wound between the 3rd and 4th toe, which should be examined
- Claw-toe pressure ulcer with many calluses on the ankle, whereby the actual ulcer looks smaller than it is (pressure ulcer with much calluses)
- Ulcer on the foot to examine the bone
- Hallux Valgus
- Necrotic Toe
- Heel column with spottingUlcus cruris venosum with signs of chronic venous insufficiency
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- The diabetic foot is easy to put on (B-overall)
- The skin color of the diabetic foot can be adapted to your wishes
- The diabetic foot can be worn up to shoe size 42
- All wound treatment products can be used
- The diabetic foot is easy to clean
- The diabetic foot is supplied with under-socks and a suitcase
- The diabetic foot can be used in training for a variety of disciplines, such as the wound care worker, the wound consultant, the “decubitus care guide” (which may sound more appealing to you), nurses, vascular surgery assistants, dermatology rescuers, podotherapists, pedicures.
- The diabetic foot can be used as a teaching material
- The diabetic foot was developed in collaboration with the Diabetic Foot Hospital team at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Dordrecht, Netherland
If you would like to be informed about the possibilities, please contact us.