The Use Of Antibiotics And Drugs To Remove Scars After Cyst Surgery?
I was just 3 weeks ago operating a cyst on my back. Then 2 weeks after the operation the thread was revoked and after that the doctor gave a gentamicine sulfate smear ointment, but the doctor had a pharmacist who forgot to tell me how long to use the ointment (I also forgot to ask, just told the pharmacist to use 2x a day after bathing) . My question
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Gentamicin sulfate ointment is an ointment containing antibiotics that are given to treat infections of the wound. In general, this ointment is generally used 3-4 times a day (depending on the condition of the wound) and is applied as long as the wound is still open and not dry. To find out the exact number of times you have to apply this ointment to your wound, you should call the pharmacy where you buy the medicine. Doctors usually have written how many times the drug is used on a prescription and the prescription will be stored by the pharmacy where you buy the drug. If it is not clearly stated in the recipe for use, the pharmacy is obliged to call the doctor who treats you to ascertain how to use the drug.
Dermatix is a drug that contains silicone gel. This drug is given to help prevent or treat the appearance of scars on the skin. Silicone gel can be used when the wound is closed and dry. This drug is used 2 times a day and is most effective if the silicone gel can cover the wound for 24 hours (so always apply it again after bathing). This drug is used for 60-90 days (depending on the size of the wound and how long the scar has formed) and new results will be seen after 60-90 days.
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