M. Tereshchenko, Oksana Rutska, Mykola Chukhraіev
Dec 24, 2019
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The results of the study of the effect of vacuum absorption and ultrasonic spraying of liquid for cleaning the wound surface are presented in the article. In the modern world, new methods of treatment and treatment of the surface of wounds of different severity and shape are widely developed. The use of vacuum absorption has become an increasingly common and effective method of cleaning and further treating wound surfaces. Therefore, the developed system of vacuum absorption and repair of wounds (SVASR) were investigated the parameters of the treatment of wounds in different groups of people - different age and age. Analytical comparison of different methods with the use of different drugs most commonly used in medical practice is made. In the experiments such drugs and substances as distilled water, chlorhexidine, hydrogen peroxide, hand antiseptic, marigold tincture were used. Purification was performed using different cleaning agents. Thus, purification was carried out using various methods, such as: sponge moistened with drugs, vacuum absorption apparatus, ultrasonic sprayer and combined method. The experiments were performed using a tonal cream, which was applied to the skin of the subject's hands. Next, different purification techniques were used when using the different preparations mentioned above. After using different methods of cleaning, all the collected tonal cream remained on the sponge, with which further experiments were conducted to determine the depth of contamination, which is directly proportional to the cleaning of the skin surface. Thus, this sponge was placed in water, which was thus contaminated and with the help of a water tester, the amount of solids in it was determined. The participation of people of different ages and different articles in the experiments gave more accurate results of the use of these methods and determined that the most effective is the combined method, ie the method using a vacuum absorber apparatus and an ultrasonic nebulizer in combination with an antiseptic - chlorhexedine. These results were calculated. These studies provide an opportunity for the further development of this technology and the effective treatment of patients. The implementation of this method can help patients in both inpatient and field settings.