New silver ion disinfecting gel protects skin wounds
日期:2019-07-16 编辑:ANSON nanobiotechnology (Zhuhai) Co., Ltd.
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Trauma is the destruction of human tissues or organs by mechanical factors.

Any external factor added to the human body also includes structural or functional damage caused by high temperature, cold, electric current, radiation, acid, alkali, poisonous gas, poisonous insects, mosquito bites, etc.

Trauma is extremely common.

It can happen in large Numbers not only in times of war, but also in times of peace.

Including: cuts, stab wounds, contusions, sprains.

With the rapid development of industry, agriculture, transportation and sports, the trauma caused by accidents is increasing day by day.

The incidence of trauma is not only high, but also varies greatly in degree.



Silver ion disinfection gel can sterilize wound and protect wound surface.

It can add water to necrotic tissue and promote its release of tissue proteinolytic enzyme, which is beneficial to autodebridement.

The gel layer formed at the wound surface can avoid the adhesion between the dressing and the wound surface and reduce the mechanical damage caused by changing the dressing.

In addition, the gel layer on the wound surface plays a protective role in preventing the invasion of external dust particles and bacteria.

Silver ion disinfection gel contains moisturizing high-purity water > 90%, which can keep the wound moist and avoid the nerve end of the wound being slightly exposed to the air and relieve pain.



Trauma management steps:


1. Wound cleaning: flush the wound with flowing saline.

Rub the skin around the wound with a clean cloth and soap.

Be careful not to rub soap into the wound; it will sting the skin.

Then use gauze or tweezers to clean the dirt off the wound.


Stop bleeding: don't think that bleeding is a bad thing. It can help clean a wound.

Smaller cuts stop bleeding quickly.

To stop bleeding quickly, use a clean cloth attached to a harder object to compress the wound.

If the wound is on a limb, raise the wound so that it is relatively high above the heart, and the blood slowly stops.


3. Use a bandage for hemostatic difficulties: apply a bandage if the bleeding has not stopped after pressing with a hard object for more than 10 minutes.

Bandages help heal open wounds.

If the wound is easily stained or rubbed, use a medical bandage and adhesive tape to cover the wound.

But remember to change the gauze every day, and keep dry and clean.

If the wound is too deep to restore the edge, sutures are needed to prevent infection.


4. Treat crusts: the best way to treat crusts is to do nothing.

Wound scab can prevent dirty things pollution, try not to let the child blood scab buckle down.

The scab will peel off automatically as the wound heals.




Wound healing refers to the healing process after the body is subjected to external force and skin tissue breaks or defects, including the regeneration of various tissues and the complex combination of granulation tissue hyperplasia and scar tissue formation, showing the synergistic effect of various processes.