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Journal of the Korean Wound Management Society 2013;9(1): 53-55.
필름 드레싱 제재를 이용한 수지첨부의 방수 드레싱
박정용ㆍ김종석ㆍ오득영ㆍ이종원ㆍ안상태
가톨릭대학교 의과대학 성형외과학교실
Waterproof Dressing on Fingertip Using Film Dressing
Jung Yong Park, Jong Sok Kim, Deuk Young Oh, Jong Won Rhie, Sang Tae Ahn
Department of Plastic Surgery, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea
  Published online: 30 May 2013.
ABSTRACT
Conventional fingertip dressings with gauze and bandage are difficult to handle and inconvenient for patients in usual life such as washing, because it is not waterproof. We developed a simple and waterproof method of fingertip dressing using semipermeable transparent film dressing IV 3000Ⱂ (Smith & Nephew, London, UK). 17 consecutive patients who have fingertip injuries or operations of fingertips were treated with waterproof dressing using semipermeable transparent film onto the conventional dressings. The dressing was replaced once a week and additional dressing replacement was done if needed. In most patients, the dressing was kept waterproof and adherent to the finger until the replacement. There were rare complications including skin maceration, itching. Patients were very satisfied that it was waterproof and comfortable. This new method has many advantages of waterproofness, flexibility, moist condition and application ease. Therefore, we think this dressing method is superior especially for the management of outpatients. (J Korean Wound Management Soc 2013;9:53-55)
Key Words: Fingertip, Dressing, Waterproof
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