Overcoming Injuries In Wet Knees, Bleeding And Pus?
Dear, Let me introduce, I’m Tria, a 33-year-old male. Want to ask about infection wounds in the kneecap, such as falling, his condition is wet and bleeding u0026amp; pus. At present the pain has spread to the groin (if active in walking). I asked for a prescription from one of the pharmacies, and was given Drovax antibiotics to cure the infection, and Meloxicam as a pain reliever. Please help with the information, is it appropriate for Cefadroxil (Drovax brand) antibiotics for me to consume as my wound healer. Thank you very much for your help. Warm Regards, Tria
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First of all, you need to know that the pharmacy officer does not have the authority to diagnose the disease, make a prescription, or provide drugs that are classified as hard drugs (drugs with a red circle label) without a prescription from a doctor. Therefore drugs such as Cefadroxil and Meloxicam should not be given by pharmacists (both of which are hard drugs). You should not consume hard drugs without consulting a doctor directly.
We recommend that you check your wounds to the doctor for further evaluation and treatment. You certainly can bring the medicine you have so that if indeed the doctor wants to give the same medicine, you no longer need to buy these medicines.
The following are some things you can do to treat your wound:
Clean your wounds daily using sterile saline. Gently rub pus and dirt on the wound using sterile gauze while continuing to be watered with sterile saline. Dry the wound only with aerated, then rub with ointment (if your doctor prescribes ointment too) and cover it. wounds with sterile wound or gauze Clean the wound and replace gauze every day, or more often if indeed the cover gauze is wet with water, sweat, or pus If the gauze is attached to the wound, first wet the gauze with sterile saline solution and gently slip on the glues Land, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly with soap, before and after you rub the wound.
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