Ointment To Treat Surgical Sutures On The Foot?
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Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Postoperatively, patients should be given antibiotics to avoid infection in the former surgical wound. However, this antibiotic is prescribed by a doctor, not purchased by the patient. Because the drugs you mentioned are both hard drugs labeled in red and their use must be based on a prescription and doctor's supervision.
So there is no medicine that we recommend because to be able to get antibiotics, you have to see yourself to the doctor first. If you have already received medication from a doctor beforehand, then simply use existing medicines. If there is no antibiotic available, then go back to your doctor to ask about it. If you haven't seen a doctor yet, see a doctor, and you will get the medicine later.
What is clear, and this applies to all drugs, if the drug has a red label or circle, you should not buy it without a doctor's prescription. If it is green and blue, then it can be used without a prescription even though in use it must still pay attention to the rules of use. In the meantime, make sure your wounds are clean and dry and don't scratch. So, hopefully answering your question.