Overcoming The Wound Fell On The Feet That Never Dry?
In the afternoon, my leg was injured from falling. The wound is not dry yet still wet out of white liquid. I’m a doctor, treated with liquid Betadine. It’s rather dry, pulling it to be wet again. What medicine to dry so quickly?
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Are you referring to the white fluid that is pus coming out of the wound? If indeed what you see is pus, then you should do a doctor's examination again to be given further treatment. The presence of pus indicates an infection in the wound. Infected wounds require further treatment by using antibiotics (antibiotic ointments or antibiotics can be given). Antibiotics are including hard drugs that must not be used without a direct examination to the doctor first and may not be purchased without a prescription from a doctor.
The following are some things you can do to treat your wound:
Clean your wounds daily by using sterile saline
Gently rub the dirt and pus that clings to the wound carefully using sterile gauze while continuing to be watered using sterile saline. Don't rub the scab that forms over the wound.
Dry the wound with just aerated, after dry apply the ointment when prescribed by your doctor
Put a bandage on the wound or bandage if the wound is large enough
Change the bandage / bandage every day, or more often if the bandage / bandage is wet with water, sweat, blood, or pus
Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly with soap before and after treating your wound
No need to treat wounds using betadine, alcohol, or other antiseptic solutions.
When your wound has started to dry, the wound will often feel itchy. Don't scratch or scratch the scab that forms over the wound so the wound doesn't open again.
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