Postrepair Wound Care

Louis J. Kroot


Dressing Changes Pain. . Control Antibiotic Prophylaxis Routine. Rechecks Closure Removal Washing and Grooming Discharge Instructions Chapter References

Following repair in the emergency department (ED), continued care and instructions should be provided to minimize complications and optimize outcome. This chapter discusses the principles of postrepair wound care as commonly practiced in the United States. These steps may not be necessary with every patient; in fact, while many of them are based on common sense, scientific validation is lacking.12

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