Treatment For Swelling Around The Kidney That Is Blocked By Stones And Pus
I want to ask, my grandmother was originally sentenced to have kidney stones, then the kidneys that have stones are not functioning, but my grandmother doesn’t want to be operated at that time, and now I feel like I have a problem in the kidneys and now in the area of the kidney the swelling is not functioning, but my grandmother doesn’t want to be operated at that time, and now I feel like I have more pain in the kidney and now in the area around the kidney n feel pain, but after 3 weeks discharging a kind of pus, how do you clean up the water? Kmrin when chupup is given an infusion for oppressing and airy.
Originally posted 2020-04-14 20:01:10.
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Before I want to confirm in advance, what do you mean is there is a swelling in the skin of the back waist area and the swelling is ruptured and pus?
If indeed the swelling is quite large in size accompanied by discharge of pus, then you should see a surgeon for further treatment. The festering swelling may be an abscess (pus-filled bag) that can form anywhere. These abscesses can only form on the skin, but can also form in the kidneys and form fistulas which eventually eject pus from the skin. Further checks must be made to ensure this. This examination should not be delayed because in addition to requiring treatment of wounds on the skin, treatment must also be done on the abscess (pus must be removed) and antibiotic therapy should also be given. Examination should be done immediately if you have a history of other diseases such as diabetes, or if you have a high fever.
For the treatment of the wound itself, you can wash the festering wound with IV fluids. Apply light pressure around the swelling to remove the pus gradually and clean it well using IV fluids and gauze. After the pus does not drain out again, dry the wound with just aerating, apply antibiotic ointment if you get an antibiotic ointment from the doctor before, then cover with gauze again. Change the cover gauze every day, or change more often if the gauze is already wet because of pus that comes out.
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