In wound care, vigilant infection detection and control are imperative for optimal healing. Regular assessments of wounds help identify early signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, or abnormal discharge. Swift intervention involves the use of appropriate antimicrobial dressings and, when necessary, systemic antibiotics. Maintaining a sterile environment during dressing changes and emphasizing proper hand hygiene are essential infection control measures. Additionally, educating patients on recognizing potential signs of infection and adhering to prescribed care regimens enhances their active involvement in preventing and managing infections, contributing to successful wound recovery.
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