The Abrasion Was Given A Layer Of Bioplacenton And It Was Yellowish White, Why?
So like this there was a blister on the forehead and I continued to give bioplacenton, not long after that there was a yellowish white coating at the base of the wound. That’s why yes. Can it heal and for how many days the wound will be quite small but it’s really annoying and there is a red wound on the forehead it’s a little dry but how come the red color will take long to heal and what medicine will it heal
Hello, thank you for your question.
Blisters often occur when the skin rubs against a rough surface, causing peeling of the top layer of skin. This wound is a minor wound, but still requires treatment to prevent infection. At a mild level, abrasions can generally be treated at home by yourself, in the following ways:
Clean the wound from dirt that may stick with running water plus an antiseptic soap or use a special wound washing solution (eg 0.9% NaCl).
Cover the wound with sterile gauze or a special wound dressing. The wound cover is then replaced according to the instructions for use.
Change the dressing as soon as possible if it is dirty or wet.
Using antibiotic ointment to prevent infection and moisturize the wound.
The medicine you are using contains ingredients such as antibiotics and placenta extracts that help form new tissue and promote wound healing. This drug is indicated for treating burns, chronic wounds, infected wounds, and other types of wounds.
In wounds that form a white or yellow coating can be caused by dead tissue. This condition is normal in wounds. The red color is caused by fresh blood vessels or blood. Wound healing takes varying degrees depending on the severity of the wound. This can take from a few weeks to several months.
To help with wound healing, there are several things you can do:
Keep the wound clean.
Pay attention to food nutrition. Increase consumption of vitamin C and protein will help wound healing.
If the wound looks swollen, reddish, always looks wet, the bleeding doesn't stop, pus develops, fever, contact your doctor immediately for proper examination and treatment.
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