Proper wound care can help the body heal with ease. Additionally, caring for a wound correctly can reduce the risk of infection. Here are some basic wound care tips.
If you’ve ever had the unfortunate luck of being in the hospital after being hurt, then you might remember the medical staff wrapping your wounds after disinfecting the injured area. Wound care dressings promote healing and are one of the first steps towards recovery. Like so many objects that get used on a daily basis, there’s much more to this medical essential than you might know. There are a wide variety of adhesives that are used for dressing wounds, and we’re going to look at a few.
Did you know that there are approximately 3 million non-fatal injuries each year in America? In many instances, those injured require some form of medical tape for their wounds. Additionally, taping body parts is also done to prevent injuries. Yet, what are the actual uses of medical adhesive tape?
Swimming is a terrific activity for people who are recuperating from ostomy surgery as it exercises the entire body and you can move around at your own rate. Sarasota Medical Products offers six ways below to kick your fears to the curb and swim like you own the place.
Wounds are one thing that we all don’t like to think about, but it’s a part of life just as much as breathing. Wounds happen because they’re accidents, and right from the time we’re little, we learn that wounds are okay–especially if you take care of them properly. One thing we’re not taught as children though is how not all wounds are created alike. That’s means that there are a few different types out there and each one requires its own level of specialized care. We’ll tell you all about it!
Chances are, you have a roll of medical adhesive tape in your medicine cabinet, or you’ve seen some come into play at a sporting event. Sometimes referred to as surgical tape, this staple of the medical supply world has many different types and uses. If you’ve ever been curious about either, then it’s time for a crash course and put the ‘eas’ in adhesive.