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Rana Faseeh Ur Rehman, Muhammad Waleed Akram* and Rabail Riaz


Background: Diabetes complications include nerve damage and poor blood circulation. These problems make the feet vulnerable to skin sores (ulcers) that can worsen quickly and are difficult to treat. The frequency of minor and major amputation increases with the higher grades of diabetic foot. Poor glycemic control is a significant risk factor for amputation in diabetic foot patients. Objective: Objective of this study was to access the various factors and there frequencies which lead to amputations in diabetic foot patients. Methodology: Study Design selected was Cross-sectional. Study was conducted at Diabetic Clinic, Medical, Surgical and Orthopedic Wards Allama Iqbal Medical College, Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from April 2015 to June 2015. Inclusion criteria: It included diagnosed cases of type 1 and type 2 diabetes that had developed foot ulcers and undergone amputations. Data Collection and analysis: The patient agreed to participate were asked to sign informed consent. A self-designed performa consisting of closed and open ended questions was provided to each patient. Performa contained demographic related item such as age, gender, ethnicity, address, religion, and economical history of mother and father. Patients were guided how to fill the performa and were assured that their response would be treated with utmost confidentiality. Data was entered and analyzed in SPSS Version: 17.0. Results: Total of 70 patients were taken as subjects for the study. Mean age of the subjects was 50.16 years with standard deviation of 6.28 years. 62.86% were males and 37.14% were females. 34.29% were diagnosed of Type 1 and 65.71% as Type 2 DM. 77.14% had DM for 1-15 years and 22.86% had DM for 16-35 years. Conclusions: This study has identified that most common and significant predictors were gender, type of DM, duration and onset, PVDs and DFUs.

Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Amputation, lower extremity amputations.

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