Human Diabetic Foot – Propolis as an aid in the treatment

Propolis as an aid in the treatment of wounds of human diabetic foot, which are treated in the diagnostic and treatment center of the regional hospital in Talka. The study included 31 people with type 2 diabetes in the treatment of diabetic foot injuries at the Regional Diagnostic and Treatment Centre of the Talka Regional Hospital. Conclusions: Local application of propolis has proven to be an interesting therapeutic strategy for the treatment of diabetic foot wounds, as it can improve and promote healing through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant profile. This paper explores the effect of propolis as an aid in the treatment of human diabetic foot ulcers. Propolis as an aid in healing wounds of the human diabetic foot. This was evaluated in a randomized, placebo-controlled trial in patients undergoing treatment at the Diagnostic and Treatment Center of the Talca Regional Hospital in Chile. Objective: Diabetic foot lesion is an important diabetes complication and a serious health problem. Propolis has been described as a drug with beneficial effects on health due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and therapeutic properties. It is advisable to consult a licensed physician before performing any natural, integrative or routine treatment. Propolis helps to reduce by an average of 4 cm on the wound surface, combined with an increase in the deposits of connective tissue compared to control. By providing the information contained in this document, we do not diagnose, treat, treat, facilitate or prevent any disease or health condition. Over 500 pages of alternatives and natural medicine information. Macroscopy and microscopy have also been analyzed in the context of wound healing.