How Long Can The Bandage After KB Installation Be Removed?
At noon, how many days is the bandage after the KB implant can be removed?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Regarding implants, basically the concept of treatment is more or less the same as other small surgical wounds, which is as much as possible to stay dry and clean, and avoid contamination that can infect. That's why a bandage was given to protect the wound. So when the wound is dry and you may see it has closed, and you are also not asked to control again in the near future, maybe within 3-5 days the bandage can be removed. Because the wound is also actually quite small and should not take long to recover.
However, if you see that the wound is still wet during this period of time, or may even still bleed, don't remove it yet, keep it away from water and return to control even if it's not scheduled. Or if you have scheduled control from within 1-2 weeks after installation, you should wait to remove it when the control is just. If the control schedule is still long, while the bandage is damp, it's okay to remove, clean the wound, dry it, and put it back on. If this is difficult for you, then come to the nearest health center and ask to be treated for injuries. So, hopefully answering your question.