How To Deal With Burns Caused By Exhaust?
Hello … I want to ask … my brother got a muffler. I have been treated at the general practitioner but not healed … now in the wound there is a maggot … what kind of specialist should be treated? … or is there a medicine from pharmacy? r nThank you ..
Exhaust wounds including burns. Handling of burns is to stop the burning process as quickly as possible (eg flowing clean water with normal temperature for 20 minutes), removing clothing or jewelry from the wound site, cleaning the burn area, applying ointment for burns (usually given by a doctor if the burn is mild and can be treated at home), as well as giving painkillers if necessary. Meanwhile, if the burn is extensive or more severe, further treatment may be needed by a doctor, for example by debridement, antibiotics, fluid replacement, painkillers, and special bandages.
Does your brother have a specific medical history such as diabetes or a decrease in the immune system? Minor burns will generally improve in a few days. However, if there is a maggot or old wound healing, it needs to be thought about the presence of infection, inadequate wound care, or there is a certain medical history that affects the wound healing process so that it becomes longer.
Your brother's condition may require special handling. For the time being, I suggest that your brother go to a surgeon directly so that further examinations can be done to ascertain the condition of the wound and then further treatment is given, for example by cleaning the wound and treating the wound. In addition, an examination was also conducted to find out if there were other factors that affected the wound healing for a long time. If other conditions are found that inhibit wound healing, then your doctor can refer your relatives to other relevant parts.
Hope it helps you,