People with diabetes are prone to foot problems that develop due to prolonged periods of high blood sugar levels. Diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease are the two main foot problems that occur, and both can have serious complications.

MEDI TOUR has the ability to facilitate and provide the diabetic foot treatment, mainly in Lebanon and Cuba with a novel and unique medication prescribed for the therapy of complex ulcer of the diabetic foot (UPD).

The patient is prepared by vascular specialists, in addition to nutrition and rehabilitation experts, to receive the appropriate treatment, as well as the use of physical methods such as magnetic treatments, ozone therapy, and others.

Wound Care

Many of the largest community hospitals now have wound care centers specializing in the treatment of diabetic lower extremity wounds and ulcers, along with other difficult-to-treat wounds. In these multi-disciplinary centers, there are specialists including doctors, nurses, and therapists who work with the patient and their doctor in developing a treatment plan for the wound or leg ulcer. The treatment plans may include surgical debridement of the wound, improvement of circulation through surgery or therapy, special dressings, and antibiotics. The plan may include a combination of treatments.

Did You Know?

The lifetime risk of people with diabetes to develop a foot ulcer is 34%; more than 50% of diabetic foot ulcers become infected. Therefore, and with the novel products that are available worldwide, the patient can avoid foot amputation.