Grafting Blood Vessels?
At night, I ran out of blood vessel grafting operations, it happened after I had an accident and my neck was hit with iron which caused the neck to tear and my blood vessels broke, how long did it take for the stitches to dry up?
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Assessment of whether the stitches in the blood vessels are dry or not, basically cannot be done, because the blood vessels are located far protected by various layers of muscle and skin that are on it, so that the stitches on the blood vessels cannot be re-assessed. The duration of repair of blood vessels also depends on how the tear occurs and which blood vessels are damaged because each blood vessel has its own time to experience repair.
Because the stitches in the blood vessels cannot be seen, what is generally seen when the stitches are performed is the stitches on the skin above, whether it has dried and closed completely or not. Wounds on the skin will generally experience improvement and have begun to dry within 7 days after the stitches as long as the wound is treated properly.
Even though after you do the surgery, no complaints arise, it is still advisable to continue treating wounds as recommended by your doctor and also to control your doctor according to the schedule to be reassessed about your condition and also the stitching conditions on your former surgery, whether there is an infection or other abnormalities.
I hope this helps.