Vaser Liposuction for a Patient with Type II Diabetes
- Asked by 4520anon in LA
- 3 years ago
What are the risk involved for a diabetic type II getting a vaser lipo?
Diabetes and liposuction
Patients with diabetes that are well-controlled certainly can have liposuction, but their risks of complications after and during surgery are higher than a non-diabetic individual.
Vaser liposuction for a patient with type II diabetes
Risks all increase statistically. Higher infections, clotting, bleeding, pulmonary problems. Be sure to receive a full medical clearance prior to any operation
From MIAMI Dr. B
Liposuction risks with Insulin Dependent Diabetics
Insulin dependent diabetics are at a higher risk for infection and wound healing due to a suspected poorer blood flow through the skin. This is especially true with poorly controlled diabetics. Safety would dictate that the patient have a cardiology clearance before any major elective operation but especially before a cosmetic operation - one whose only goal is the improvement of appearance.
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