How To Deal With Festering Appendicitis Scars?
Malam.Dok I want to ask, it has been 1.5 months after I had appendicitis and had an infection there was pus, the doctor who operated on me was wounded and until now it has not been closed and I have been in pain for 2 days following the same surgery under my navel Why is this dangerous? Thank you.
Appendicitis is a condition that requires a medical examination by a doctor, and requires surgery. If you have been doing appendicitis for 1.5 months and now have an infection wound, this can cause pain in the former part of the operation. The infection can be caused due to various factors such as irritation of the skin around, wound care in the home that is less hygienic, until there is an infection in other places that spread to the area of the former operation.
Infection of festering wounds requires examination by a surgeon. One treatment step that doctors can take is to install a drain or drain from the surgical wound, so that pus can come out. The channel is usually installed gauze, or some kind of hose and is not closed tightly (so that pus out). Then later after the doctor assesses that the infection has diminished / disappeared, the doctor will close the wound. In addition, doctors usually will also give certain antibiotic drugs. The situation is quite safe as long as you carry out routine control to your doctor.
Therefore, it is important to carry out routine control to your specialist surgeon, so your doctor can check your condition regularly. It is important not to use just any drug, and it is important not to smoke. keep the area around the surgical wound hygienic.
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