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Old dilemma: do you have to wound non-medical wounds after cleaning and decontamination, or allow it to heal in the open air? How does your status improve faster?
Do we stick the wound?
Smaller or larger wounds on the knee, on the elbows - natural signs of childhood. Particularly striking in summer are the "combat" shots acquired in the heat of the games, as children in hats, shorts, and skirts are more likely to bruise their skins, and lessen their wounds. And parents can't help but treat these smaller bruises. After cleaning, it is disinfected, and then the question is: do you stick it or let it heal in the open air? However, according to recent research, the opposite seems to be true: it is better to stick it. At first, at least…
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They think they are superfluousOn the other hand, if the adhesive is glued and the adhesive patch changed regularly, the wound will remain wet, and the top layer in which the dirt is mentioned will be removed every time with the patch. This will help your organization get rid of what you no longer need. If the wound does not produce any more marks, the adhesive plaster is considered redundant. After this time, the air really helps the wound to heal as soon as possible. The patch keeps the wound moist, thus supporting healing. If the wounds do not come again, you can safely ignore the wound patch, now the air is more of a help for further improvement.
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