Tell the truth! Will you use band-aid in the end?
The child breaks when he plays, cuts when he works, accidentally gets stuck, etc. In life, we often encounter or encounter small damages of one kind or another. Because the wound is small or it doesn'...
Band-Aid is also called benzalkonium chloride paste, commonly known as "hemostatic plaster", which is mainly composed of tape and absorbent pad. It has hemostasis and protection. It can absorb the exudate of wounds and play the role of dry wounds. It does not have anti-inflammatory and sterilization. The effect, due to its poor gas permeability, may induce infection. It is suitable for small wounds with superficial wounds, neat and clean wounds, less bleeding and no need for suturing.
If it is a minor injury, many people may stick the band-aid directly on the wound. In fact, this is completely wrong. Because the injured part is likely to have been contaminated or has foreign matter, it must be treated before it can be applied.
1. Wash the wound with plenty of sterilized water or normal saline. If not, rinse with water.
2. Gently remove dirt or foreign matter from the wound surface and deep after washing.
3. Wash the wound with a large amount of sterilized water or normal saline again. The deep wound should be washed twice again with hydrogen peroxide.
4. Wipe the wound with a cotton ball stained with complex iodine or 75% alcohol disinfectant. At the outer edge of the wound, 3-5 cm, with the wound as the center, gradually disinfect the wound from the outer circumference to the wound 2 times; do not apply the purple syrup casually. Or other drugs. For the skin and mucous membranes or children's delicate skin is not suitable for alcohol disinfection, prone to tingling or burns.
5, after the wound is slightly dry, the bandage can be wrapped and wounded. When a single person is single-handed, the health is first placed, and the center of the absorbent pad is aligned with the breadcrumb; when the single hand is used, the center of the absorbent pad can be aligned with the breadcrumb. If the wound has a little bleeding, it can be properly pressure bandaged.
If the wound is not effectively disinfected for the first time, it is likely that the infection has already occurred. There will be redness or exudation around the wound, and even some wounds have already become purulent. At this time, the use of band-aid is not suitable, which may lead to more serious infection. It can only be wrapped after being treated by a professional surgeon.