Surgical wound management

Surgical wound care management is a critical aspect of postoperative care to promote healing and prevent complications. Proper wound care involves assessing the wound, cleaning and dressing the wound, monitoring for signs of infection, and providing appropriate follow-up care. Negative pressure wound therapy involves the use of a specialized dressing that creates a vacuum to help promote wound healing by reducing fluid accumulation, increasing blood flow, and promoting the growth of new tissue.

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