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5 Best Antibiotic Ointment for Wound Healing

Finding the right wound ointment that best suits your needs can seem like an impossible task. Scrolling through an unending list of wound care products to learn about a every single ointment available under the sun is futile. To help you choose the correct wound healing gel that works best for your wound and skin type, HPFY has compiled a list of our best antiseptic ointments for wound healing.

Understanding Different Types Of Wound Drainage

The management of exudate holds an integral position in wound care. When properly managed, healing time chance of infection, and frequent dressing changes are all reduced and quality of life is improved. Learn about the different types of wound drainage and how to treat these wounds.

5 Tips for Effective Skin Tear Treatment and Prevention

As we age, our skin can become less elastic, dry, and thin. Over time, the skin loses its moisture and weakens, leading to increased risks of tears. Weakened or damaged skin can rip very easily. Skin tear treatment aims to prevent infection, protect the surrounding skin, and keep the area moist for quicker and adequate healing.

Tunneling Wound: Causes and Treatment

The tunneling wound got its name from the tunnels or channels that extend from the wound into or through subcutaneous tissue or muscle. Tunnels may be short, long, or even split into multiple tunnels. Sometimes these tunnels take twists or turns that can make wound care complicated.

Best Scar Treatment : Getting Rid Of Old Scars

Scar management becomes easier when you have effective scar fading cream and other scar removal products at your disposal. Find best scar treatment products at HPFY.

Lower Extremity Wounds: Arterial Ulcers

Arterial ulcers often start as a break in the skin on the leg or foot. It can be caused by dry skin, an injury, or a puncture wound. For most, these injuries will heal with proper care. For those with arterial disease, the wound cannot heal due to poor blood flow. This increases the size of the wound while allowing oxygen and bacteria to enter the wound and subcutaneous tissue. Infection occurs, leading to more damage. Minor scrapes and cuts can then develop into ulcers, the tissue becomes necrotic and black.

13 Great Wound Care Products

Finding great wound care medical aids can be confusing and Health Products for You can point you to 13 great options.

Keep Your Medicine Cabinet Stocked

Nobody knows when a crisis or medical emergency will rear its ugly head. During a crisis, having a supply of medicines in hand or reserve can be critically important during a potential shortage and Health Products for You can help.

Proper Woundcare - 12 Myths and Facts

There is no shortage of misconceptions and doubts regarding efficient wound care methods. Before embarking on a wound care treatment it is therefore important to check the myths and facts.

How do Dressings Prevent Risk of Infection at Catheter Sites?

A sterile gauze or transparent dressing at the catheter site is effective in preventing infections. Reduced change frequency, visual inspection of the site and improved comfort are its other benefits.

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Top 5 Wound Dressings For Treating A Slough Wound

During the healing process, necrotic tissue, or slough, forms over the chronic wound. It presents as is a pale yellow, dead tissue and covers the entire wound bed. A wound develops slough, it means that it is stuck in the inflammatory phase and healing is delayed. Find 5 Best Wound Dressings for Slough Wound.

6 Stress Busters For A Happy Holiday Season

Stress always seems to mount during the holiday season. While it should sound like fun to decorate your home, bake some holiday treats, or make plans to see family and friends, let's face it, these all add to the things we do every day, which makes everything that much more stressful. So, what can we do to make the holidays the most wonderful time of the year?

Air Purifier vs. Humidifier - Differences And Recommendations

It is no surprise that air quality has worsened over the years. This is true with both outdoor air and the air inside our homes. Small substances like dust, pollen, pet dander, and other pollutants can make breathing difficult. These substances can be especially harmful to those with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory challenges. But what allergy relief products should you use, an air purifier or humidifier? Learn what is the difference between the two and more at HPFY.

Types Of Diabetes and How To Manage It

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, an estimated 8.2% of the US population is diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes is a condition that interferes with how our bodies produce energy from the food we consume. The body breaks food down into glucose, the prime energy source, and mixes it in the bloodstream. There are three main types of diabetes, to dig deeper read more at HPFY.

Top 5 All-Terrain Mobility Scooters

For those that have difficulty maneuvering a manual wheelchair, an electric scooter can be a great choice. Some prefer scooters over wheelchairs because there seems to be less of a stigma attached to them, are affordable and easily managed over difficult terrains. All-Terrain Mobility scooters are ideal for running small errands and shopping and can be used indoors and outdoors. Find top 5 All-Terrain Mobility Scooters at HPFY.

How To Empty a Catheter Bag?

The bedside or large bag is used during night time while sleeping so that the user does not get up and disrupt sleep, and the leg bag can be used during the day. The leg bag is attached to the thigh of the user with the help of leg straps. It gets hidden under the clothes and keeps you comfortable. The leg bag or the larger bag should be drained once it is full of urine. It is advisable to empty the catheter bag when it is three-quarters or 3/4th full to avoid overflowing urine. Learn how to empty a catheter bag at HPFY.

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