What are the effects of diabetes on feet
1. High blood sugar in the blood;
2. Slow blood flow in the capillaries, leading to slow wound healing, easy formation of ulcers, suppuration, and gangrene, which may require amputation in severe cases;
3. Loss of sensation and pain.
4. Impaired or lost sensation in the feet;
5. Insufficient oxygen supply to the joints, leading to inadequate nutrient supply to the skin, making the feet prone to injury;
6. Joints are prone to dislocation, arches of the feet easily collapse, and foot joints are prone to deformities.
What are the advantages of diabetes insoles
- The top cover needs to be skin-friendly and soft to avoid skin abrasion, so the diabetes insole needs to use a special top foam for diabetes (e.g. plastazote, which is physical foaming, non-irritating, nitrogen open-cell foaming, and good breathability). However, because the plastazote is expensive, we have developed ultra-fine EVA material, which is characterized by cell-closed foaming and hardness Shore A 10.
- The hardness of the bottom-sole material should be Shore A40, and the softness and hardness of the sole should be consistent from the toe to the heel, which can evenly [dɪˈspɜːs] disperse the pressure and properly support. The foaming material can protect the skin of the foot that is [ˈvʌlnərəbl] vulnerable to injury; Our top and bottom materials are generally made of EVA.
- The insole has a wrapping property, which can prevent foreign matters from entering the plantar foot;
- The insole can be thermoplastic (about 100 ℃) and hot drying gun (about 110 ℃), which can make the insole fit the foot shape.
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