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“Results of PRP treatment for Diabetic wounds & Diabetic Foot Ulcers can be observed in 3-4 weeks.

To obtain maximum results, experts recommend the wound therapy spaced about 1-2 months apart. The patients are likely to witness smoother skin texture as well as improved tone. Additionally, it reduces your fine lines and wrinkles and gives a better appearance.

Diabetic non-healing Ulcers are one of the most crucial ailments. There’s no denying that the treatment of this disease is difficult, since there is no standardized protocol designed for it. The recent management comprises certain surgical treatments, local dressing & care, and the essential drugs. The number of cases of Diabetic ulcers are increasing whereas the treatment results are still inaccurate.

has come up with an exclusive wound management therapy for diabetics, which is based on the principle of regenerative medicine. In this therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is considered the main source of regenerative growth factors. It is believed to be an effective treatment for wound healing.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) provides some advanced and sophisticated ulcer management options, which keeps the human body from limb loss.

Take the case of a young female, a Juvenile Diabetic with non-healing infected ulcers on both heels since 3 years. She received PRP treatment for Diabetic Foot Ulcers.Her one ulcer healed completely and second ulcer healed 40%. A complete healing of non healing diabetic ulcer without surgery, drugs and intense dressing, in an uncontrolled diabetic patient, is a milestone in such wound management. PRP therapy led by Platelet regeneration, is an innovative protocol for such cases.

Need for Cardiac Testing & Management for Diabetics
Diabetics in general have a higher risk of heart ailments. Studies have suggested that 60% of diabetic patients above the age of 65 years are at a risk of heart attack. Over the past few years we are increasingly seeing this in younger population. The central pathological mechanism in Heart disease is atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is known to lead to coronary heart disease and cardiovascular events. With close to 70% mortality, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in people with type 2 diabetes. The risk factors of CVD are age, obesity, tobacco use, dyslipidaemia, and hypertension. Diabetes itself is an independent risk factor of CVD.1Depending on the types of combination of risk factors such as genes and lifestyle you get either type-1, type-2 diabetes. Although risk factors such as family history, age, or ethnicity can’t be changed you can modify your lifestyle to lower the risk factors by eating well, physical activity, and weight management. In women Polycystic ovary syndrome can also increase the risk of diabetes. Even if your blood glucose stays high over time can cause your blood vessels towards retina to swell.