La Quinta, California (PressExposure) September 20, 2009 -- Many people with diabetes will have a skin disorder caused or affected by diabetes. Problems with skin are sometimes the first sign that a person has diabetes. An online seminar will be ready for download sometime in August. It aims to educate individuals and other interested healthcare providers who wants to keep up to date on diabetes.
The main objective is to Recognize the common cause of skin disease in patients with diabetes. To be able to Identify the risks factors for developing a skin disorder by the patients and educators dealing with diabetes management. To be able to Describe good skin care practice for patients with diabetes and able to Identify treatment options for various skin diseases
Skin problems are usual in people with diabetes. Excessive levels of sugar in the blood provide a tremendous reproduction area for bacteria and fungi, and can reduce the skin's ability to heal itself. People with diabetes will have a skin condition related to their disease at some time in their lives. Although most skin conditions can stop the spread and effectively treated if caught first, if not cared for appropriately, skin problem situation can turn into a serious skin trouble with potentially severe consequences.
People with diabetes may have these skin conditions: diabetic dermopathy, diabetic blisters, eruptive xanthomatosis, and other related skin disorders. Doctors need to ensure their patients take skin care seriously to avoid any skin disorder that leads to a delayed healing of the wounds.