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Gel for the treatment of bedsores

Means in the form of a biologically active chitosan-gelatin hydrogel of LOW viscosity with immobilized aminocaproic acid, calcium gluconate, lidocaine and chlorhexidine.

Purpose:

  • Healing of damaged inflamed areas of the skin of patients with I and II stages of bedsores.
  • Creation of conditions for the normal course of regeneration processes.
  • Increase skin elasticity and stimulate blood circulation.
  • Restoration of capillary functions.
  • Removal of pain in the places of application.

Properties:

  • Creates a favorable moist environment in the wound.
  • Starts tissue repair, disinfects, anesthetizes.
  • Prevents the development of necrotic process in tissues.
  • Soothes and relieves muscle tension in bedridden patients.
  • Doesn't stick.
  • Does not contain dyes.

Dosage and administration:

  • Before using the product, clean the damaged area of the skin from the wound discharge. Open the tube, squeeze out the required amount of gel.
  • Spread over the wound surface with light massaging movements, protruding 1 cm beyond the edges. Allow the gel to dry for 10-15 minutes.
  • Secure with an adhesive bandage or bandage.
  • Apply 2 times a day or more.

Applications:

In clinical, polyclinic, during transportation and at home.


We present to your attention the program "How we will treat"

Our topic is devoted to bedsores - a very difficult problem that few people know about until they directly encounter it. Moreover, bedsores can form completely in any person, regardless of age.

It is extremely important to follow preventive measures and adhere to simple rules regarding lifestyle. It is very important to be able to identify the problem in time and take the necessary measures, choose the right therapy.

The guest of the program is Nikita Olegovich Somov, surgeon at the Central Clinical Hospital of St. Alexis, lecturer at the Department of Surgery of the Russian National Research Medical University. N.I. Pirogov. Telegram channel: https://t.me/surgeryworld

Compositions Chitosan, gelatin, dexpanthenol, lidocaine, chlorhexidine, water.
Sterility Sterile
Release form tuba
Volume 30 ml
Best before date 2 years.

Care for bedridden patients includes a whole range of measures aimed at maintaining the comfortable condition of people who do not have the ability to self-service. For some patients, bed rest is a temporary process that ends with a cure after a certain period. But there are people who have been bedridden for years, and taking care of them requires a lot of strength and patience from the caregivers.

Basic rules for the care of bedridden patients

The most important thing in the care of bedridden patients is compliance with hygiene rules. Hygienic procedures must be carried out in a timely and mandatory manner. Due to the fact that a person is immobilized, stagnant processes begin to occur in his body, which concern both internal organs and skin tissues.

Preparing care products

In order to provide full-fledged hygienic care, it is necessary to prepare in advance all the necessary devices, the list of which includes:

  • absorbent disposable sheets;
  • wet wipes;
  • cotton pads and sticks;
  • moisturizing, regenerating and analgesic creams and lotions;
  • fixing bandages and plasters;
  • paper napkins and towels;
  • dry shampoo;
  • vinyl gloves for hands, as well as other means that will be required in the process of caring for bedridden patients.

Bedsores are warned

The most frequent and quite dangerous problem that occurs with constant bed rest is bedsores. Bedsores initially form on the skin, and then, in the absence of care, affect muscle and bone tissues. Bedsore goes through several stages, and at the initial stage, the further process can be prevented by providing high-quality care:

  • during the day, the patient must be turned over regularly to restore blood circulation in stagnant areas;
  • those places that are most susceptible to the formation of bedsores need to be treated with special regenerating agents;
  • if possible, the patient can perform physical therapy exercises to improve the processes of tissue trophism;
  • the caregiver should regularly give the patient a body massage.

Inflating balloons

One of the most serious problems that often occur in bedridden patients is congestion in the bronchopulmonary system, which almost always leads to pneumonia. To avoid inflammatory processes in the lungs, it is necessary to perform a simple procedure: regularly inflate rubber balls. It is also advisable to study simple tasks from the cycle of breathing exercises. It perfectly helps to develop a light exercise with a cocktail tube. The intensity of performance in this case is well traced when the patient exhales air through a tube into a glass of water.

Care for bedridden patients includes a whole range of measures aimed at maintaining the comfortable condition of people who do not have the ability to self-service. For some patients, bed rest is a temporary process that ends with a cure after a certain period. But there are people who have been bedridden for years, and taking care of them requires a lot of strength and patience from the caregivers.

Basic rules for the care of bedridden patients

The most important thing in the care of bedridden patients is compliance with hygiene rules. Hygienic procedures must be carried out in a timely and mandatory manner. Due to the fact that a person is immobilized, stagnant processes begin to occur in his body, which concern both internal organs and skin tissues.

Preparing care products

In order to provide full-fledged hygienic care, it is necessary to prepare in advance all the necessary devices, the list of which includes:

  • absorbent disposable sheets;
  • wet wipes;
  • cotton pads and sticks;
  • moisturizing, regenerating and analgesic creams and lotions;
  • fixing bandages and plasters;
  • paper napkins and towels;
  • dry shampoo;
  • vinyl gloves for hands, as well as other means that will be required in the process of caring for bedridden patients.

Bedsores are warned

The most frequent and quite dangerous problem that occurs with constant bed rest is bedsores. Bedsores initially form on the skin, and then, in the absence of care, affect muscle and bone tissues. Bedsore goes through several stages, and at the initial stage, the further process can be prevented by providing high-quality care:

  • during the day, the patient must be turned over regularly to restore blood circulation in stagnant areas;
  • those places that are most susceptible to the formation of bedsores need to be treated with special regenerating agents;
  • if possible, the patient can perform physical therapy exercises to improve the processes of tissue trophism;
  • the caregiver should regularly give the patient a body massage.

Inflating balloons

One of the most serious problems that often occur in bedridden patients is congestion in the bronchopulmonary system, which almost always leads to pneumonia. To avoid inflammatory processes in the lungs, it is necessary to perform a simple procedure: regularly inflate rubber balls. It is also advisable to study simple tasks from the cycle of breathing exercises. It perfectly helps to develop a light exercise with a cocktail tube. The intensity of performance in this case is well traced when the patient exhales air through a tube into a glass of water.

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