Wound Care
When the human skin is damaged, a wound will form. If it is not handled properly, it may be infected with bacteria. Skin aging and chronic diseases can also affect wound healing, so it is important to know the type of wound and how to properly treat the wound.
Principle of wound care
Prevent infection. Keep the wound clean and perform aseptic technique when changing the disease (washing and changing dressings) to ensure that the materials used are sterilized.
Promote recovery. When using a tape or bandage, it should not be too tight to avoid pressing the wound. If the patient is inconvenient to turn, it is necessary to assist in changing the position on time to avoid obstructing the blood flow supply. Pay attention to balanced nutrition and help the wound heal.
Reduce damage. Avoid unnecessary damage to the wound, such as pressure rubbing or dressing sensitive.
With the development and progress of society, human requirements for wound care materials will become higher and higher. For example, wound dressings, it is difficult to say which dressing is most suitable, and even if the dressing of this type of wound has been proven to be effective, it may not be suitable for all patients.
Therefore, choosing a dressing, a combination of applications, and choosing the safest, most effective, simple to use, and most cost-effective dressing is the most reasonable.
There are many wound care products to choose from and new products are constantly being introduced. The wound should be accurately evaluated and economical, simple, and practical wound care products selected to promote wound healing.
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