АRTERIAL PRESSURE ON THE FIRST TOE AS A PROGNOSIS CRITERION OF THE COMPLICATION OCCURRENCE IN THE DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME ON BACKGROUND OF MENKEBERG’S SCLEROSIS

  • S. D. Shapoval
  • І. L. Savon
  • V. О. Belinskaya
  • О. О. Maxymova
  • А. М. Yakunich
Keywords: diabetic foot syndrome, Menkeberg's sclerosis, systolic arterial pressure on the first toe, blood circulation of the lower extremity

Abstract

In the patients, suffering diabetes mellitus type ІІ, treated in 2015 - 2016 yrs for complicated diabetic foot syndrome, a systolic arterial pressure (SAP) on level of the first toe was determined, and roentgenography of the foot in two projections done. The SAP value from 120 to 200 mm Hg and higher have had witness the presence of Menkeberg?s sclerosis stages III - V. Prognostically favorable is a SAP value of 80 mm Hg and higher, and unfavorable data – the SAP value lowering lesser than 80 mm Hg. The SAP value lower than 30 mm Hg have had witness the vessel obliteration and thrombosis occurrence.

 

Published
2017-07-05
How to Cite
Shapoval, S. D., SavonІ. L., BelinskayaV. О., MaxymovaО. О., & YakunichА. М. (2017). АRTERIAL PRESSURE ON THE FIRST TOE AS A PROGNOSIS CRITERION OF THE COMPLICATION OCCURRENCE IN THE DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME ON BACKGROUND OF MENKEBERG’S SCLEROSIS. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, (2), 68-70. Retrieved from https://hirurgiya.com.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/47
Section
General Problems of Surgery

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