Surgical Wound Treatment
What is a Surgical Wound?
A surgical wound is any incision that was made by a surgical staff and surgeon that has created wounds or not healed properly. A surgical wound can also be formed during plastic surgery procedures that includes a drain placed during surgery. A wound care specialist will examine the affected area and suggest a treatment plan for best healing results.
Types of surgical wounds that need to be repaired:
- Clean wounds that show no sign of infection/inflammation.
- Clean and contaminated wounds that may be infected depending on location.
- Surgical wounds that have had foreign objects enter your skin and have contact with wound area. This has a high risk of infection or inflammation and is considered contaminated.
- This stage has wounds that are considered infected and contaminated.
Treatment for Surgical Wound
If a surgical wound fails to heal after about five weeks, it may be considered a chronic wound or non-healing surgical wound. A wound expert will help you with a treatment plan for the fastest route to recovery.
Treatment plans for surgical wounds may include:
- Skin Grafting
- Bioengineered skin
- Incision and Drainage
- Physical Therapy
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
- Post-surgical Management
Surgical Wound Treatment in Los Angeles
The Wound Institute of America in Los Angeles has the best treatment plan for surgical wound patients. If a patient comes in with a current surgical wound, he/she will be met with world class treatment from physicians, surgeons and podiatrists to heal the complex wound or have the best medical outcome for the wound.
If your looking for surgical wound care in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Pasadena, Long Beach, Pasadena., then please visit us at Wound Institute of America in the Los Angeles County for appointment or questions.
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If you have an questions about wound care, wound care services, treatment plans, and anything related to our program, then contact Wound Institute of America of Los Angeles, where doctors will be happy to answer any questions that you may have or contact us through our Contact Page Form.
Wound Institute of America is located in Los Angeles County of CA.