What Are The Side Effects If Not Removing The Suture Thread?
hello .. I am Zimy age 22 .. I have a sewing wound with purple thread .. how will the effect if I do not pull the stitches?
Good evening Zimy, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sewing thread is a mandatory instrument used when carrying out operations, dealing with accident victims with quite wide wounds or the like. Because for the network to be reunited, it needs quite close attachment to each other, and that can be done using sewing threads.
But there are still risks that arise in the use of sewing thread. Especially the invisible microscopic sidelines contained in the thread groove can be the entrance of bacteria which then infects. Indeed, this condition is very rare, but the possibility exists.
So that after the wound is reunited, the removable sewing thread should be removed. Another case with thread that can absorb to sew the inside of the body. This does not need to be taken because it will be absorbed by the body itself. Removing it does not have to be at the same doctor if the conditions are not possible. You can take it off at another surgeon or even at the nearest health center, with a note, you have completed meetings and control at your original doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.