Management Of Open Wounds After Being Sewn On The Back Of The Foot Due To An Accident?
Hello … I haven’t dried my wound in a month. Initially the wound was torn on the back of my foot due to an accident, it had been squeezed by 20 hooks, my set of 18 days were removed. Earlier on day 3 to change the bandage, the doctor applied a trhombopop ointment to the wound and the bruised area, after that the bandage was wrapped for 2 days the right was done 2x. As a result, my leg was hooked blackened like a burn, then I checked with another doctor said he was allergic. After I took medication for antibiotics and stopped using my thrombopop, my leg started to improve, but on the 18th day I was examined to be hooked, finally my bruised wound was like a burn wound … it turned out that the wound had spread to the affected part of the thrombopop. After that, I recommended using eye ointment for wounds in the area of the connection and which widened to the skin affected by thrombopop tdi … but it has not been dry for a month, and has been cuddling. But after I used enbatik ointment … dekokangan had begun to rise little by little, but still not yet close and dry. Does the wound on the back of the foot take a long time to heal? Then should I continue to use Enbatic ointment or replace it with bioplasenton to speed up my gaping wounds? It’s been more than 1 month my wounds haven’t closed … only the edges are open. Please info and reply well. TRIMS
Tear injuries on the instep due to an accident that you experienced and sewn about 20 stitches, can indicate that the wound that you experience is quite long and wide. Wound healing itself has several stages and more information about wound healing can read this article and discussion: wound healing
In the condition of wound healing, there are several symptoms / signs that need attention from the wound, including:
Pain in the wound
Signs of infection in the wound (redness around the wound, visible swelling, discharge and / or pus from the wound)
Wound condition (wet / dry, open / closed)
To support wound healing, the conditions of cleanliness and moisture in the wound are also factors that need attention. If the wound is not treated or kept clean, the healing will take longer because of the risk of infection.
If the wounds are recurrent, the pain does not go dry, looks open, it is advisable to go to the doctor for further evaluation and it is not advisable to change the medication yourself. It may be necessary to refer to a surgeon if deemed necessary, pain medication can be given, antibiotics to take if the wound is infected, and ointments to coat the wound.
Hopefully this information helps you,