Proper Postoperative Care?
Usually, after minor surgery, people are given cobwebs with the medicine on them and they are kept on top of the surgical wound to speed up healing. What if you want to replace the nets? Usually when you remove the nets, the nets are already stuck to the wound and if you want to remove them, it hurts?
Hello Fauzan, thank you for asking on HealthReplies.com
Framycetin Sulphate is a class of antibiotic drug that has preparations as a wound dressing which is applied to several conditions such as: open wounds, postoperative wounds, burns, ulcers, or wounds that have the potential for infection. The use of this drug can help in wound healing, because it can prevent infection.
If you want to replace it, it needs to be done by medical personnel, because you need a way to remove and attach a new one. While removing is generally painless (but depends on each person's pain threshold), the "net" won't join the new tissue/embedded into the skin making it easier to remove. We recommend that you maintain cleanliness of the postoperative wound, take the medications that have been given regularly, and have timely check-ups to maximize recovery and surgical results. So much information that we can convey, may be useful. Regards, Dr. Prasetyo