Doc, I want to ask if curbexvit will be good or not if it is sprinkled on the wound or festering skin?
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We did not find any drug called "Curbexvit", it would be better if you read what the contents of the drug are. If you mean a Surbex T supplement containing vitamin B complex and vitamin C, then the supplement should not be sown on suppurating wounds because the supplement is intended to be taken orally (not to be sprinkled on the wound).
In general, you are strongly advised not to sprinkle certain drugs which are oral drugs (medicine to be taken) on wounds, especially festering wounds. A festering wound indicates that the wound has an infection. Infected wounds must be managed by cleaning them well (pus, dead tissue, and other impurities that may still be attached to the wound), and antibiotic medication (can be given topically or orally, depending on the severity of the wound). If you have an infected wound, you are strongly advised to see a doctor first, especially if the wound is deep enough or if you have other conditions that can prevent wound healing such as diabetes.
The following are some things that can be done to treat wounds:
Wash the wound with sterile saline (intravenous fluids), rub gently using sterile gauze while continuing to water.
Dry the wound with just aerated or covered slowly using a dry sterile gauze
If you get an antibiotic ointment from your doctor, you can apply antibiotic ointment to the wound, then cover the wound with sterile gauze.
Clean the wound and replace the gauze every day, or replace more often if the gauze of the wound cover is dirty, wet with water or pus.
Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly with soap before and after wound care.
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