Aqueous Injury Postoperative Removal Of A Broken Bone Pen?

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Hello Khairul, Thank you for the question.

How long has it been since you had the surgery? Do you also find that the wound becomes reddish, swollen, more painful, pus appears, or you have a fever?

Good wound care is one way that can support the healing process. The following are wound treatments that you can do:

clean the wound regularly, use normal saline fluid (caliran infusion) and clean gauze to clean the wound clean the wound of all impurities but do not rub the wound too hard dry the wound with clean gauze use antibiotic ointment to keep the wound moist and prevent infection of the wound with a bandage change the bandage wound once a day or every wet or dirty Watch for signs of infection when you clean the wound such as redness, swelling, increased pain, pus, fever. If you experience these symptoms, please see your doctor immediately. Please also consume balanced nutritious foods to help wound healing. Avoid overemphasizing the wound and always keep the bandage clean and dry. You are also advised to see a doctor immediately if the wound does not heal for more than 2 weeks.

Hopefully this information is useful.

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