Treatment Of Wounds On The Buttocks Due To Continued Lying In Bed?
The story goes like this r nMy mother was 48 years old after undergoing neurosurgical surgery on the head r nDuring the treatment of my mother, I could only lie down for about 1 month r nThe result was a wound on the buttocks and the wound was rather wide r It was suggested that my mother used pempers so that the wound would not dry out. r nAny good treatment so that the wound healed quickly in love ointment what?
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Your mother's ulcers are called pressure sores in her medical language. This condition occurs due to the pressure for a long time on certain body parts (the parts of the body that most often experience this are the back, waist, buttocks and ankles), causing disruption of blood flow, and cause damage to the skin layer in that place. It often happens to someone who has a severe illness that can not move (just lie down) or people who always use a wheelchair every day.
To overcome this disease, you should be diligent in cleaning your mother's wound area by using clean warm water, 70% alcohol and Betadine. If there is pus in the wound, then immediately consult with the nearest doctor, so the doctor can prescribe an appropriate antibiotic.
To avoid this disease, your mother should be left tilted and right tilted regularly, as often as possible. Brush the skin moisturizer on the part that is often rubbed or at risk of developing pressure sores. You can also put your mother on a special antidecubitis mattress and pillow.
Thus, hopefully useful.