Handling Of Watery Wounds?
How to treat wounds whose flesh looks the most watery
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Injury is a form of tissue damage caused by contact with sharp or blunt objects, contact with sources of heat (such as hot water, fire, electricity) that cause interference.
On the first day of injury until the third or fourth day there is a blood clotting process that aims to close the wound. In general, the wound healing process is divided into two, namely acute wound healing and chronic wound healing. Acute wounds are tissue injuries that can heal as normal with minimal scars within 8-12 weeks. Whereas for chronic wounds are wounds with a slow recovery process, exceeding 12 weeks.
The clear liquid that comes out of the wound is normal fluid that comes from a blood vessel, but if it comes out yellow and smelly it is likely an infection has occurred in the wound. For wound care should always be kept wound in a dry state, avoid wounds exposed to water or in a wet condition. Cover the wound when leaving the house with gauze to prevent dirt and dust from entering, if at home the wound cover can be opened to speed up the healing process. Immediately to the doctor if yellow liquid comes out and smells from the wound site.
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