Types Of Thread To Deal With Seams On The Head
Suture sutures on the head usually use removable thread or not?
Thank you for the question.
Wounds on the head can be of many types, for example abrasions, torn wounds, cut wounds, stab wounds, and so on. Depending on the type, size, depth, and cleanliness of the wound, these wounds can be treated varied, some need stitching, some don't. Even if sewn, the threads used can be different, some can be absorbed directly by the body (absorbable) and some are not so that it needs to be removed manually (non-absorbable), depending on the factors above, the availability of facilities, and your health condition as a whole. general.
The most aware of what type of thread is used to sew a wound on your head must be the doctor who sewed or examined you directly. In general, if the doctor recommends that you take control to remove the stitches, this means that those that are used to stitch your wound are those that cannot be absorbed directly by the body. Conversely, if the doctor does not recommend that you control the loose stitches, it may be that the type of thread used is absorbable. So as not to be mistaken, you better ask this directly to the doctor or surgeon who treats you huh ..
I hope this helps.