A bone the size of a pen tip was broken at the end of my left little thumb, and then there was a wound at the end. The hospital helped me repair the nail bed, plus cleaning the wound, sewing needle and external plaster fixation. I changed the medicine for five days. I didn't know for the first five days, and then I smoked more than a dozen cigarettes. Today I heard that smoking would require a second operation. Is this true? I changed the medicine yesterday, the doctor still recovered, and gave me cephalosporin anti-inflammatory medicine
Smoking is not conducive to blood circulation. I suggest you quit smoking. It won't be like what you said. I hope you can put down your burden, keep warm, increase nutritious diet, actively take symptomatic treatment, closely observe the changes of your condition during treatment, and seek medical treatment in case of abnormalities
Hello, according to what you said, if the nail bed has been repaired and there are stitches in this case, the damage is generally different in this case. Smoking is not allowed in this case. In this case, if the dressing has recovered well and there is nothing wrong, take oral anti-inflammatory and anti-virus drugs for relief, Usually we should pay attention to the disinfection of the surgical part and pay attention to local hygiene.
Hello, according to the condition you provided, the patient, a 22-year-old male, is mainly described as a wound the size of a pen tip at the end of his left little finger. The hospital helped you repair the nail bed and clean the wound. The suture needle and plaster bandage were fixed externally for five days. You have smoked more than a dozen cigarettes successively. Hello, first of all, smoking has an impact on your body. In the process of surgery and treatment, you especially need to quit smoking