Ointment For Bed Sore

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saba Says:


my grandmother have bad bed sores and now these are infected and 1inch 2deep plz suggest some medicine orally and for local use.



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Verwon Says:

Where are you located? Without this information, I have no way of knowing what products or medications may be available for you to try.

Has her doctor recommended anything?

You can learn about what causes them, prevention and treatment options here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Bedsore/­

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saba Says:

she is living in uae and her age is 70 years with some problem in vetebrae of back so she is on bed.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, I understand she is in bed, however, they should still be trying to move her around, every few hours, to prevent these from developing. Bedsores from from the pressure constantly being allowed to remain on certain spots, which cuts off the blood flow.

If they are infected, she will probably need both oral and topical antibiotics, which require a doctor's prescription:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­antibacterial/­

They may also require other treatments, that only a doctor can do, such as debridement.

Does she have a doctor that she sees regularly?

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mistyblue Says:

BEST MEDICATIONS FOR BEDSORE...

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paoma Says:

Bed sores are very stubborn wounds and they are very irritating . The worst of it is that they produce maggots which is a nuisance sight and scare the care provider also cause discomfort to the victim. The best drug that can cure this is very near you and very cheap. This is SUGAR or HONEY. Just clean the wound hydrogen peroxide (ask about concentration from the chemist) rinse with normal saline(salt water) and then pour enough sugar or honey inside the wound . Dress it well at least once daily .and prevent further bed sores . This will work wonders for your mother.

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Gaviota Says:

Have you tried this before in someone you know?

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