Handling When The Wound Foot Is Exposed To The Exhaust?
Good afternoon, about my wound that was hit by the crack yesterday. I have already seen a doctor and I was given a gentamicin ointment to replace bioplacenton ointment that I used before, but for 2 days now my wound has always been wet, festering and bleeding. Do I still have to use the ointment? thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Gentamicin is an antibiotic ointment that works to prevent bacterial infection of the wound, so that even if your wound is wet, you should still use it to prevent infection. The use of antibiotics is important because if an infection occurs, the condition of the wound can be more severe and the treatment will take longer.
With your present wound condition, if it is still bleeding and festering, it means the bandage you are using should be replaced more often. If you have not been taught how to change bandages at home, go back to your doctor for control and ask how. Or if it is complicated, you can come to the nearest health center for wound care. What is clear is that the wound can heal quickly, it must be kept dry and clean, and the medicine must be routinely given.
In the meantime, keep your wounds from getting scratched by clothes or others, don't be peeled, don't be scratched or touched when not necessary, and multiply the consumption of high-protein foods such as milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, beef and chicken breasts to speed up the process tissue healing. So, hopefully answering your question.