Handling Loose Toenails Due To Exposure To Motor Standards?
The doctor’s welfare is wrong, I want to consult my leg, which was hit by a motorized standard 2 days ago, my thumb was hit by the motorbike standard and it was lifted that the right and left sides had come off but the bottom did not come off and was bleeding, after that I washed it with water and gave antiseptic betadine and I bandaged it with cotton and sanitary napkins, the day after that I stopped using Betadine because it was leaking fluid and I replaced it with rivanol and I bandaged it again, what exact actions should I take to handle this case so that the things I want don’t happen ?? r nThank you for your attention.
What you experienced was an injury caused by trauma. These injuries to the feet and nails should be evaluated directly by a doctor. With what you have described, it is feared that your nails are broken and the injuries you have suffered are not properly maintained. Nails that are broken and not properly maintained can cause bleeding that doesn't stop because there is tissue in the leg that is still open. This resulted in the wound that was not going to get better.
Then poor treatment can also increase the risk of infection. Infections that are not handled properly can cause the infection to spread and be difficult to heal.
It's a good idea to see a doctor to be evaluated on the condition of your wound. Without direct examination, the doctor cannot determine the state of your wound. If action is needed, it may be possible to extract the remaining nails with an anesthetic so that the wound can stop and heal properly. If an infection does occur, the doctor will provide the appropriate therapy.
I hope this helps.