The Wound Has Not Dried Up And Is Still Festering After Falling Off The Motorcycle?
want to ask on the 16th yesterday yesterday I n my baby fell from the motorDoctor gave the ointment n drug gentamicin sulfateBut how many days the wound has not dried yet.Still festering like that …. Why is that? Is there food abstinence asphalt wounds? Then what is the wound cleanser that Good before applying ointment, is it rivanol or salt water ?? Please answer … thank you
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Blisters due to falling from the motor must be treated immediately. Treating injuries that fall from the motor properly can help prevent injuries to not cause infection and minimize the appearance of scarring on the skin.
you are right to the handler to the doctor maybe you are wrong in using the drug. doctors have given gentamicin ointment that contains antibiotics that can kill germs due to bacterial infections. there are some mistakes that cause the wounds not to heal and infection, namely: unclean hands to apply the ointment, continue to not clean the wound first before applying the ointment and maybe you use the ointment to be too thick and the wound that likes to wet resulting in the wound getting landed because of the moist nesting place germ.
there are several tips on caring for wounds:
wash hands with soap before cleaning the wound or treat wounded wounds using a 0.9% Nacl solution first and compress it dry the wound after cleaning then apply an ointment that is given with a thin layer of the wound with a sterile gauze often do cleaning to the wound that is not wrapped with gauze for too long, do it twice a day. You can consume protein foods so that the wound heals quickly, such as egg whites, about 5 eggs, but only white, cork fish is also good for wound healing.
if you after doing the above but there is no improvement, do not heal for more than 2 weeks and appear symptoms of high fever, bleeding, feels very painful and festering immediately immediately take it to the doctor to make appropriate treatment. maybe the doctor can do a controlled wound care, give oral antibiotics, anti-pain and trade or a small surgery to remove pus. it all depends on the doctor who examined you.
You can read the following article: signs of dangerous festering wounds
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