Homoeopathic Treatment for Diabetic Foot Ulcer- A Case Report
A 70-year-old male patient suffered from a diabetic foot ulcer characterized by swelling, sensitivity, itching, and persistent burning sensation. Treatment consisted of homoeopathic medicines, including Belladonna 6 and 30 for acute symptoms and Arsenicum album 30 for ulcerative lesions and burning pain. External care with Calendula ointment was applied to promote wound healing. The patient exhibited progressive healing with pink granulation tissue formation and reduced swelling and redness; additional prescriptions of Belladonna 30, Arsenicum album 30, Catharis 30, and Cantharis 30 to address the remaining symptoms. They also ensured the patient continued using Calendula ointment regularly. This case demonstrates the successful management of a diabetic foot ulcer using homoeopathic remedies and highlights the importance of individualized treatment. Utilizing Wagner Grades with Monarch, Radar 10 software enhances the supporting evidence.
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