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Stage Ii Pressure Sores And Blister And Treatment
Excessive walking has caused blistering on my feet which have developed into pressure sores. What is the best way to get it treated?
A bed sore is an injury to the skin, and tissues beneath the skin, caused by pressure. They can range from a stage one pressure sore (tender, red and does not blanch) to stage four (an open wound extending down to the bone). Early stage pressure sores can respond to off-loading, while deep ulcers require debridement, dressing ...Read more
Wound care specialis: See a wound care specialist or center because pressure sores may require a multi-disciplinary team to enhance nutrition, control contributing systemic or local disease, institute physical therapy, recommend appropriate medical regimens or treatment protocols including possible surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: The best treatment is prevention by relieving pressure which can also help heal early ulcers. If there is significant necrotic tissue or the ulcer is quite large/deep, surgical debridement and closure may be performed. Infections and other problems which delay healing (tobacco, poor nutrition, diabetes)need to be controlled with appropriate treatments as well for best results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bedsores: Bedsores are due to pressure over bony prominences. The best way to prevent bedsores, once they occur, is to keep pressure of these areas. That means that you need to constantly move the person into different positions to relieve the pressure. Seeking professional help like with a wound center is a great option since depending on the depth, stage and location of the uler, your options will differ. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
RX pressure ulcer: At any stage, a treatment plan is needed. But direct observation of the wound is absolutely necessary to answer this question. Minimize the pressure, debride the devitalized tissue from the wound, use clean products in or on the wound, and careful followup by wound care professionals either in a wound center or by home health nursing is vital. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tonsil stones causing side effects include hearing loss sores in mouth coughing fits small blisters on neck chest nd backnd pressure in head nd neck?
Viral infection?: Good morning, enlarged tonsils, pressure in ears due to blockage of eustachian tubes connecting middle ear to sinuses, pressure in head, and sores in the mouth are symptoms of increased immune system activity to get rid of a viral infection, the most common being an adenovirus infection. These infections are frequent and may get resolved in due course. If the symptoms continue, please see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep moving: Treatment of pressure sores/wounds/ulcers from sitting in a wheelchair are exactly the same as treatment of pressure sores/wounds/ulcers from laying in bed: start moving around & keep moving. Don't remain in any position for more than a few minutes. Allow blood to circulate everywhere there's pressure (sitting or laying). Stay hydrated. Eat lots of nutritious food including protein to allow healin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pressure relief!: Pressure sores require relief of pressure--offloading at least 10 minutes every 2 hours. Once pressure necrosis occurs, however, treatment requires debridement of dead tissue, wound care to avoid or treat infection if present, and a moist environment to assist healing. Numerous medications, gels, and pastes exist, but none are magic. Some silver compounds help minimize bacteria; fecal soilage bad! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pressure sores: A small percentage of chronic ulcers can become cancerous, but this is unusual and especially so for pressure ulcerations. Any wound that has been present for a long time that has not responded to usual forms of treatment by trained wound professionals can be considered for biopsy to be read by a trained pathologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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