I want to emphasize, through this article, the importance of looking after a diabetic person's legs. Also, being more aware of what could happen to a diabetic sufferer's leg is to help to educate the diabetic person to avoid an amputation.
According to a report, diabetes sufferer would frequently developed premature and severe arteriosclerosis. To make a long story short and to avoid the medical jargons, it was stated that a consequence of this is that a diabetic person would most likely have small and thinner arteries. The damaged arteries are not as efficient as those that are healthy and would not be able to ensure the smooth flow of blood. A possible result of this is that there is a risk of gangrene developing.