The wounds introduced on this HP mainly mean skin trauma
Scenes that do not require disinfection. There are so many.
Rather, if you have general skin trauma that requires disinfection, please let me know.
At least not my experience.
We believe that disinfecting is not meaningful for suture wounds.
Even if you suspect that you have diabetes or decreased immunity, you should carefully examine the wound for infection and consider the administration of antibiotics, disinfecting for the purpose of sterilizing bacteria, and disinfecting for the purpose of reducing the recent amount You should refrain from doing this.
If a disinfectant is developed that does not cause tissue damage to the wound, but rather promotes wound healing to the wound, disinfection is not necessary, but currently used disinfectants can promote wound healing or disinfect I can't imagine a formulation that doesn't have to worry about the harm caused by drugs.
The act of disinfecting the wound directly should take into account increasing pain.
It is not a treatment for immunocompromised patients, severe burns, widespread pollution wounds, or widespread necrotic tissue wounds.
He argues that the treatment of skin injuries often encountered in daily life has been disinfection and gauze all around.
Of course, there will be medical treatment when disinfecting, and it is a problem that there is no reliable indicator on site when disinfecting.
Opinions may be divided as to when to use gauze, but if it is a fresh skin wound or if there is another dressing or alternative to the dressing (such as a wrap), at least first priority will be given directly I think that it is a problem to stick.
So how do you control bleeding? However, in this regard, gauze does not mean that it is unnecessary in any scene, as long as the wrap is applied directly to the wound and then gauze is applied.
In particular, we believe that gauze should not be applied directly to skin trauma, even though there is an effective covering material in the medical field.
If there is any objection or criticism of this opinion, please let me know.
If you can tell the grounds and theory, you can study.
Except for special cases, gauze and disinfection are considered to be unnecessary, and medical care is now recognized as common sense in medicine.
I myself still have a lot to study, and every day I read related papers and repeat trial and error in daily wound care practice.
I'm not saying that this HP is the standard for wound treatment, but I'd be happy if it would serve as information on skin trauma care in daily life, wound care at sports sites, and general skin trauma treatment at clinics. think.