Get Wound Dressing Procedure (Simple & Complex) at home
A wound dressing is anything that is used in direct contact with a wound to help it heal and prevent further issues or complications. Different wound dressings are used based on the type of the wound, but they all aim to help reduce infection and promote healing.
Types of wound dressing include:
- Simple dressing: post-surgery incisional wounds, superficial broken skin, stage 2 pressure sores
- Complex dressing: post-surgery I&D wounds (small cavities), superficial broken skin covering 50% of the body (e.g trunk), stage 3 and above pressure sore
Our experienced, certified, and trained healthcare giver and dressers will be deployed in the shortest time possible to change a wound dressing at home with the utmost care and professionalism.
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How can our dresser help?
Post Surgery Wound
Post-surgery wound assessment and creation of treatment plan
Debridement of a wound is the removal of any foreign object lodged in the wound or the removal of dead skin from the wound when the skin is unable to do so naturally.
Dry Necrotic Wound
Wound dressing for Dry necrotic wound for moisture retention, e.g., hydrocolloid, semi-permeable
Diabetic Foot Dressing
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Negative Pressure Wound Dressings
Negative pressure wound dressings involves the technique of vacuum dressing to drain out excess secretion/fluid from the wound to simulate the flow of blood in the area to heal the wound.