Male aged 55 yrs.
This case presented to me as a right sided diabetic foot with superadded pseudomonas infection. These type of
cases are falsely attributed the term wet gangrene which in fact is very rare in occurrence and is seen only when
the arterial as well as the venous blood flow is blocked or impeded simultaneously.
Female aged 43 yrs.
This is a case of Dry Diabetic Gangrene and it exemplifies my method of cure of Diabetic Foot and Gangrene.
This case presented to me as a case of Dry Diabetic Gangrene of the Third toe of the left Foot and the second and
fourth toe of the right foot. The gangrenous portions were restricted to the skin and were threatening to go deeper
with worsening of her blood supply to the toes. She had very weak Dorsalis Pedis pulses on both the feet. She had
been advised amputation of all of her affected toes by a surgeon, in a Prominent Diabetic Institute of India, who
had already amputed two toes of her left foot earlier to prevent the spread of gangrene to the rest of the left foot.
Male aged 45 yrs.
This case presented to me as a non healing ulcer of the left heel in a Diabetic Patient. He was operated
on his heel at a private surgical institute eight times by the attending surgeons. He was finally advised
amputation as a last recourse to stop the spread of the infection to the rest of the foot and to prevent
septicaemia. When he came to me he had a huge bleb or blister on the central part of the sole(Plantar aspect)
of the left foot. He was in a septicaemic condition and was having chills or rigors. He was already on a
broad spectrum antibiotic which was retained by me. As per my requirement a thorough debridement was performed
by my Surgical colleague.There was a deep wound at the end of this process which connected the heel wound to the
wound which we had created in the centre of the foot to drain all the pus from the blister which had formed.
This drainage of the pus led to an alleviation of the patients suffering as his rigors subsided and the
septicaemia came under control. The wound was then dressed with my Homoeopathic Local Medicine(Homoeopathic Mothert Tinctures)
to prevent any more infection and to stimulate the formation of granulation tissue to fill in the tract which had formed.
The control of Diabetes Mellitus was achieved by Insulin Therapy only and was hiked from day to day as per the requirement
till a taut control was achieved.
The Insulin dosage was finally tapered to a maintainance dosage as soon as the infection was eradicated.
Male aged 18 yrs.
This case is very unique in every sense of the word such that he had Gangrene of the fingers and toes of both his hands
and feet without having a history of Diabetes Mellitus, Smoking , Burns, Trauma or any of the common causes of Gangrene.
He had a history of Meningococcal Meningitis which led to septic emboli being lodged in the small blood vessels supplying
the fingers and toes.
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