The bandage on the scrotum
Urology / / August 12, 2017
main method of treatment of acute diseases of the scrotum is operational.In the postoperative period is very important qualitative immobilization of the affected organs such as special bandages jockstrap.The basic requirements for it - is simplicity, efficiency, reliable immobilization of scrotal organs, protecting them from pressure, friction, bruises, shock, moderate squeezing the scrotum to prevent the accumulation in its cavity blood, pus, exudate.The bandage should not disturb the blood and lymph circulation, shall not restrict the patient's movements.Suspensors
have a greater or lesser degree the same drawbacks: they are either poorly maintained genitals or too strongly compress them.Pollution jockstrap wound discharge (blood, pus) resulting in frequent replace them, and that causes significant material costs.When using standard jockstrap squeezed and pulled up not only the patients but also healthy testicle, thus causing considerable discomfort.
Trying to find the most convenient, economical
The technique of overlaying bandage
scrotal wound is covered with sterile gauze, then multiple rounds of 8-shaped bandage gauze cloth is fixed tightly to the wound.At the same time the scrotum is in a kind of gauze bag, which protects it from micro traumas.Then bandage wrapped around the scrotum from the bottom to the root of the penis is pulled upwards and backwards, clasping the waist of the patient and down to the root of the penis on the opposite side, where it binds to a bandage, beginning the tour.
fixation gauze bandage when applied to the scrotum
Thus, scrotum on the side of the operation is sufficiently tightly fixed and tightened up.Thus half of its healthy usually not compressed.To apply enough bandages for 1-2 minutes, it uses one standard bandage.
General view suspending aseptic dressings
main positive qualities suspending aseptic dressings are its physiology, aseptic, low cost, speed and ease of application.The dressing does not interfere with the patient during urination and defecation, it can be used both in the hospital and on an outpatient basis.