2020年11月6日星期五

preparation h hemorrhoids,Postoperative precautions

    Attention and cooperation of patients after operation:

    In order to achieve good curative effect, less pain, and short course of disease, in addition to the treatment technique, postoperative care of the patient is also very important. Therefore, the doctor should introduce the treatment method to the patient in detail, what discomforts and matters that require patient cooperation after treatment. Such as:

    (1) On the second day after treatment, there are varying degrees of edema, sensation of bowel movement, and falling feeling in the perianal area. I hope that the patient will not mistakenly think that he wants to defecate and repeatedly go to the toilet. In fact, no stool is discharged. Try to avoid squatting.

    (2) Patients are required to sit in a bath and only need to clean the anus. The hot water in the bath is likely to aggravate edema. Because the temperature of the bath is higher than that of the human body, the anus is at the lowest part of the human body, the abdominal pressure increases, and the local area is traumatized. As the pressure increases, the permeability increases, and the increase in exudation will inevitably increase the edema.

    (3) Keep stool smooth and soft, eat more crude fiber foods, and don't eat chili liquor.

    (4) Urinate on the day after receiving treatment with a bluish color, which is the color of the anesthetic, so you don't need to be nervous. After 7 to 10 days, the hemorrhoids fall off and the wound does not heal. There may be a little blood on the toilet paper or the surface of the stool during stool. A few drops of blood are normal. The length of time required for wound healing varies with the size of hemorrhoids, usually 2 to 3 weeks.

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