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Background-Diabetes Mellitus DM is often called the great imitator because this disease can affect all body organs such as the brain stroke , kidney kidney failure , heart, eyes, feet diabetic gangrene. Symptoms of DM can occur slowly so that the patient is not aware of any changes in him such as drinking more polidipsi , urinating more often polyuri , eating more polifagi or losing weight without a clear cause. Uncontrolled diabetes mellitus will increase the progressiveness of various chronic complications, both microangiopathy and macroangiopathy. Method -The draft compilation of scientific papers uses descriptive designs, namely writing methods that aim to describe the events or phenomena that exist at this time. Then this case study is a study to explore diabetes mellitus patients with a focus on studies of diabetic ulcer wound care in the work area of Brangsong I Health Center, Brangsong District, Kendal Regency 2 respondents.

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It is a form of ataxia loss of coordination caused not by cerebellar dysfunction but by loss of sensory input into the control of movement. Inflammation, erythema, pain and increased skin temperature 3—7 degrees Celsius around the joint may be noticeable on examination. X-rays may reveal bone resorption and degenerative changes in the joint.

In addition, poor fine motor control generates unnatural pressure on certain joints, leading to additional microtrauma. The resulting hyperemia leads to increased osteoclastic resorption of bone, and this, in concert with mechanical stress, leads to bony destruction. Photograph of the wound after thorough wound bed preparation over the course of 2 weeks. Instruct the patient to mobilize. Rational: the mobilization improves blood circulation. Teach about the factors that can increase blood flow: Elevate the patient's leg is slightly lower than the heart elevation position at rest , avoid crossing legs, avoid tight bandage, avoid the use of cushions, behind the knees and so on.

Rational: increase blood flow back so there is no edema. Teach about the modification of risk factors such as: Avoid high-cholesterol diet, relaxation techniques, stop smoking, and drug use vasoconstriction. Rational: high cholesterol can accelerate the onset of atherosclerosis, smoking can cause vasoconstriction of blood vessels, relaxation to reduce the effects of stress.

Cooperation with other health care team in the delivery of vasodilators, checks blood sugar regularly and oxygen therapy. Rational: vasodilator administration will increase the dilation of blood vessels and tissue perfusion can be improved, while the regular blood sugar checks can track the progress and state of the patient. Goal: The patient receive clear and accurate information about the disease.

Expected outcomes: The patient know about the disease, diet, care and treatment and may explain the return if asked. The patient can perform self-care based on the knowledge acquired. Interventions: 1. Assess the patient's educational background. Rationale: In order for nurses to provide explanations by using words and phrases that can understand the patient as the patient's level of education.

Explain the process of disease, diet, care and treatment in patients with language and words that are easy to understand. Rationale: In order information can be received easily and precisely so as to avoid misunderstandings. Explain the procedure to be performed, the benefits to the patient and the patient engage in it. Rationale: With the explanations and participate directly in the action taken, the patient will be more cooperative and reduced anxiety.

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Diploma thesis, Jurusan Keperawatan The common nursing problems caused by diabetic ulcers are ineffective peripheral perfusion which can lead to inhibition of peripheral blood flow. This study aims to determine the description of nursing care in diabetic ulcer patients with peripheral perfusion is not effective in Cendrawasih Wangaya Ward Denpasar in Type of research used is a descriptive study with case study design of two patients who observed in depth using documentation studies by observing the patient's nursing documents.

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Askep Klien Dengan Ulkus Diabetikum

It is a form of ataxia loss of coordination caused not by cerebellar dysfunction but by loss of sensory input into the control of movement. Inflammation, erythema, pain and increased skin temperature 3—7 degrees Celsius around the joint may be noticeable on examination. X-rays may reveal bone resorption and degenerative changes in the joint. In addition, poor fine motor control generates unnatural pressure on certain joints, leading to additional microtrauma. The resulting hyperemia leads to increased osteoclastic resorption of bone, and this, in concert with mechanical stress, leads to bony destruction.

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Background: Diabetic ulcer complication of DM clients may have an effect on their body image. The client having changes in physical appearance and body function tends to have a negative body image. Objective: Conducting nursing care on diabetic ulcer clients with body image disturbance at Kedungpuji and Klopogodo, Gombong, Kebumen. Method: This study is an analytical descriptive with case study approach. The subjects are 2 diabetic ulcer clients having body image disturbance. Result:The writer made a plan and discussed the client's perceptions, feeling, and hope of the past and the present about their body image.

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Diploma thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta. Background: Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic abnormalities with the main feature of which is the increase in blood glucose levels, hyperglycaemia. Diabetic foot ulcers is the chronic complications of diabetes mellitus is caused debridement or amputation. Objective: The aim of this scientific work is to be able to understand more about the nursing care post ulcer debridement diabetes mellitus, include: assessment, making nursing diagnosis, planning, nursing actions and evaluate nursing care in patients with diabetes mellitus ulcer debridement post in hospital wards Gladiolus Upper Sukoharjo.

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