Exposure treatment after skin abrasion is easy to heal
People in life, work will inevitably encounter some small accidental injuries, such as skin abrasions, scratches, sprained joints, etc., when these small traumas occur, people often wipe some topical drugs on the surface of the skin to treat, but do not know, deal with differentThe trauma and treatment are different.
After many people have scratched the skin, they are used to sticking a band-aid, but experts have warned that the wounds that are scratched are not suitable for band-aid. Instead, the purple syrup should be used to prevent inflammation, so that the wounds are naturally exposed to the air for healing.
Skin abrasions do not need band-aid because the wounds that scratch the skin are larger than ordinary wounds, and the water absorption and breathability of ordinary band-aids are not good, which is not conducive to the drainage of wound secretions and pus, but contributes to the growth of bacteria.Breeding, it is easy to cause inflammation of the wound, and even lead to ulcers.
Band-Aids are only suitable for wounds with superficial wounds, neat and clean, and low bleeding.
It should also be noted that the band-aid should be changed every day; it should be kept dry in peacetime, if it is soaked, it should be replaced immediately, otherwise it will easily breed bacteria; it should not be wrapped too tightly, so as to avoid anaerobic infection of the wound, or cause injury.The blood circulation is blocked; when the wound is not in contact with foreign objects, it is best to remove the band-aid, so that the wound is naturally ventilated and can recover faster.
Once a wound infection is found, it should be taken to the hospital immediately.
In addition, the abrasion is also not suitable for alcohol wiping.
75% alcohol can be used for disinfection of intact skin and for certain muscles prior to injection.
Due to the strong irritancy of alcohol, it should not be used for skin abrasions and disinfection of mucous membranes and large wounds.
For deeper wounds, alcohol is also appropriate because it is difficult to reach deep into the wound and there is a risk of tetanus infection.
If the surrounding skin is too dirty and mixed with dirt, wash it with water first, then rinse with hydrogen peroxide.
The main component of hydrogen peroxide is a hydrogen peroxide solution.
The reduced concentration of hydrogen peroxide for skin disinfection can be used to wipe the surface of the wound surface, thereby cleaning the wound and sterilizing.
The skin around the wound surface should be from the inside to the outside, that is, from the edge of the wound, gradually expand the disinfection area to the surrounding area, so that the closer to the wound, the cleaner.
After washing with hydrogen peroxide, it is wiped with medical iodophor. The medical iodophor is usually reduced in density and light brown. It is a commonly used skin disinfectant and can be used for disinfection of general trauma.
Due to the low irritation of iodophor, it can be directly used for disinfection of the skin and oral mucosa.
Topical medications should avoid contact with the eyes and other mucous membranes.
If there is burning, ulceration, itching, redness, etc. should be stopped, wash first, consult a physician if necessary.
If there is bleeding or exudate in the wound or wound, it is difficult to apply the medicine, then it should be washed and dried, and then applied (the person who is allergic to external medication should be reduced).