Due to limitation or loss of mobility, excessive sleeping causes excessive pressure in certain parts of the body, as well as inhibition of skin feeding and bed sores.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOR APPLICATION ?
Bed sores are most commonly seen on the sides of the hip, heels, areas of the hip joint and the areas of the tail end. Bed sores occur in 4 stages. In phase one, i.e. redness that does not pale when pressed with a finger on the skin and does not last in 30 minutes; in the second phase; The skin and some of the subcutaneous tissue are affected, the skin, subcutaneous adipose tissue is affected in the third stage, and in the final stage the muscle tissue, bones other than subcutaneous adipose tissue, are affected.The main approach to bed sores is to reduce pressure, provide nutritional support, prevent infection and perform wound care. If the bed sore was not opened; skin care is done and if urine/gaita incontinence is available, care is provided for this. Surgical procedure (surgery) may be necessary for bed wounds that cannot be healed. The aim of surgical applications is to improve the hygiene and appearance of the wound, to protect and treat the wound from infection, to reduce fluid loss from the wound and to reduce the risk of cancer.
WHAT ARE THE AREAS FOR APPLICATION ?
It is applied to entire body area