The Cause Of The Wound That Won’t Heal?
r, I want to ask this? It’s hard for a festering wound to heal, because my friend’s parents don’t heal, so every day I have to buy sodium chloride and alcohol, I’ve been going for 8 months and I still get sick and keep buying it for the wound? really hoarse?
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Wounds that do not heal can be caused by a non-optimal wound healing process. Various conditions can cause these conditions ranging from unhygienic handling of wounds or the presence of body conditions that hinder the wound healing process. Some of the conditions that can be thought to be the cause of wounds that do not heal are as follows:
Presence of repeated infections. Lack of hygiene in handling wounds causes other types of bacteria to infect, especially in open wounds.
The presence of certain diseases. The most common is diabetes or diabetes. This happens because the blood flow becomes imperfect causing wound healing that requires oxygen cannot be fulfilled optimally.
Lack of adequate and balanced food or nutrition intake
The presence of other chronic diseases such as cancer or tumors in other parts of the body.
It is a tumor that is injured in that part.
Age. Old age is one of the risk factors where wounds take longer to heal. But of course this condition can be anticipated with maximum wound management.
Lack of body hydration. Dryness of the skin around the wound can make it easier for secondary infections to occur and make the wound difficult to heal. Wound handling is wrong can make the skin condition becomes dry. For example, excessive use of alcohol can cause this.
If the father of your relative has experienced it for 8 months then it is necessary to find out the cause of the long healing wound because the infection that occurs can spread to other body parts and even infect the bones and blood in the body. Consult a doctor and do a direct examination of the wound. Thus, appropriate and optimal handling can be carried out to prevent the spread of infection that has occurred.
That's all I can say, hopefully useful.
Regards, dr. Tiwi