Can Oil Be Used To Treat Blisters Caused By Motorcycle Accidents?

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hello, I just fell off the motor and my foot just got a blister, can I be given direct treatment for wasps oil?

1 Answer:

Hello Satria,

Thank you for the question.

Basically, abrasions are not serious, because abrasions are superficial wounds caused by friction that occurs in the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis) that does not cause severe bleeding, in contrast to cuts or torn wounds. However, blisters if too deep will leave marks on the skin.

The following treatments can be done for abrasions:

 Washing abrasions with running boiled water, or with sterile saline solution, can also use mild soap. Avoid washing the wound with ingredients containing alcohol, iodine, or hydrogen peroxide. Brush abrasions with antibiotic ointments that can be bought freely. Avoid smearing abrasions with oil or household ingredients, including wasp oil, toothpaste, eggs, butter, or leaves. This risks infecting and irritating abrasions. Cover abrasions with sterile gauze and replace every day. Avoid using cotton because the fiber will be left behind in blisters. If bruises are present, compress with ice. Take pain medication if you feel pain, such as paracetamol. Check with your doctor if the bleeding does not stop or there is swollen pus in the abrasions. Hopefully this information helps.

Regards,

dr. Talitha

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