Postoperative Control Procedures Performed Surgery.?
I want to ask, when the control was removed or what about sewing?
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After surgery, the doctor will generally advise to take control within 5-10 days. There are several factors that are applied in the control related to postoperative measures, including:
Evaluation of surgical scars Assessing tissue closure Assessing the presence or absence of infection in surgical wounds Assessing the presence or absence of bleeding Performing surgical wound cleansing Performing dressing replacement When the wound is completely closed, performed surgical suture removal Evaluate the patient's complaints after surgery, such as fever, abdominal pain, defecation disorders, etc. Generally control is done in the doctor's office, and does not require anesthesia.
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