Treatment For Exhaust Wounds?
Excuse me I want to ask … 2 weeks ago my foot got hit by the exhaust … first the ordinary just burned just the same as cracked “so the skin then I peeled off into the hands so it only turned white and then it turned out too long so it turned out like it turned out It’s red, it’s swollen, after a week I bring it to the doctor, but it’s better, but how come when the water turns red, the wound gets wet again, so when the water peeled off … how can it really be done? … ???
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Ways for wound care can vary depending on the type of wound. Shallow wounds are generally not a problem when exposed to water, provided you do not soak your wound in water or leave the bandage wrapped around the wound and stick to the wound for a long time.
Pus that produces pus, accompanied by swelling and redness of the skin around the wound, indicates that the wound has an infection. The infected wound should be checked directly by a doctor so that it can be cleaned of dead tissue and pus around the wound and wound care can be done using antibiotics and special wound dressing. The doctor can give topical antibiotics or taking antibiotics depending on the severity of the infection and the size of your wound. Antibiotics both rub and drink you can not buy yourself freely because they are classified as hard drugs and their use must also be in accordance with the instructions of the doctor.
In the meantime some things you can do:
Wrap your wound with gauze or tape so that it doesn't get dirty easily. Change gauze / plaster at least once a day. Replace immediately if the gauze or plaster is wet with water or pus. If you want to wash your wound, make sure you have washed your hands first with soap, wash the wound with running water (or with sterile saline), and dry it with aerated just before you close it again with clean gauze. Avoid using antiseptic solutions to clean wounds because they can cause healing for longer. Avoid applying certain ingredients (such as leaves) whose cleanliness is not guaranteed over the wound.
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