Revascularization – A Key Element for Obtaining Granulation Tissue in a Patient with Diabetes and Arteriopathy


The morbidity of the patients with diabetes is generated – besides the renal, occular, cerebral, cardiac impairment – to a great extent by the diabetic foot infections. The infection develops due to the ulcerations whose etiology (neuropathy or arteriopathy) is particularly important for the approach of the therapeutic algorhythm, which often involves an interdisciplinary collaboration. Diabetes mellitus is the risk factor associated with the highest rate of critical ischemia of the lower limbs. [1]
The association of peripheral arterial disease with infection represents the determining binomial of major amputations in the patient with diabetes and, in 80% of the cases, the gateway is an ulceration of the foot. [1].