Advice 1: How to wear a bandage after surgery

The bandage is called a tight bandage, made of a special breathable material that keeps the joints or the necessary spine and is used to reduce the load on the damaged (injured) area. Wearing and the choice of a band requires compliance with certain rules, otherwise the whole treatment might go down the drain.
How to wear a bandage after surgery
You will need
  • - doctor's consultation;
  • necessary bandage;
  • - cotton underwear.
Before selecting a brace consult with your doctor about its use. Let him tell you about the correct model of fixation and time of use of the brace.
Buy a bandage at any pharmacy, in accordance with the recommendations of the doctor. Please note that your bandage is well breathable, does not break the blood circulation, without causing discomfort. Picking up the bandage, focus on your size. It usually depends on the amount of the waist and its width from the growth of the operated or the amount of postoperative seam.
Mainly the bandage put on underwear made of natural fabrics. But some models of tires can be worn on bare skin. Before the brace, carefully read the instructions to him: read the situation in which you need to wear a brace, how to fix, what to wear, how to care, etc.
The time of wearing the brace depends on the effectiveness of primary treatment and your individual circumstances. But usually postoperative brace wear no more than two months, otherwise you may experience atrophy of internal organs. Wearing time is prescribed by a doctor.
Do not try to tighten on themselves the bandage too tightly: you seriously block the access of oxygen to the affected area. If you are using a magnetic bandage, do not use it with other electronic devices in the body. Do not wear the brace with high heels are incompatible. To take the weight off the internal organs and back, exercise only in the brace. If you feel any discomfort when wearing it, consult your doctor.
Remember that the bandage is used in combination with the main treatment, it locks the operating seam and prevents bruising and swelling at the incision site, exfoliate the scar and makes it more aesthetically pleasing. In addition, the bandage ensures the correct position of the internal organs and removes the operated on from the extra load.

Advice 2 : How to wear a postoperative brace

The postoperative bandage is a tight bandage, made of special breathable fabric. Such material provides a secure fit of the particular spine or joints, which reduces strain on the damaged area. To select and wear of this product, you need to follow some rules, otherwise the treatment may not be as effective.
How to wear a postoperative brace

How to choose a post-operative bandage

Before you purchase post-operative bandage, consult with your doctor. Let him advise you on what kind of model fixing, it is preferable to choose in your case. In addition, the doctor will give you recommendations on the term of use of this product.

Buy post-operative bandage you can either in the pharmacy or in a specialized store. When choosing one, it is important to pay special attention to good breathing. In any case you cannot apply the bandage, which violates the blood circulation and causing you any discomfort.

In addition, when choosing this product, you should focus on your size. As a rule, you need to know the volume of his waist. The width of the bandage is selected depending on the weld size and growth of the operated.

How to wear a postoperative brace

A tie worn in the early period after surgery and in the most acute period after injury. Using it depends on the individual characteristics of your body and effective treatment prescribed by your doctor. As a rule, wear no more than 2 months, because otherwise the body may be irreversible processes, which are accompanied by atrophy of internal organs.

The period of wearing depends on your whim or personal choice, it is simply the appointment of your doctor. Gradually you will be able to move on to the irregular use of therapeutic bandage, combined with low physical activity.

In most cases, the postoperative brace is worn over the underwear made of a natural material (e.g. cotton fabric). However, in some cases, the therapeutic bandage is worn on the naked body. Before putting on the bandage, carefully read the instructions supplied with this product. There will be indicated the position in which you need to wear a bandage, how to fix, what clothes should be worn, how it should be maintained.

It is not recommended too tightly to tighten the postoperative brace. In this application, to the affected area will be to do too little oxygen. Applying a magnetic bandage, you should not combine it with wearing electronic devices.

It should also be remembered that post-operative bandage and high heels cannot be combined. If you wish to reduce the strain on the back and internal organs, do household chores, associated with physical effort, without removing the medical bandage.
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