Treatment of eyebrow dissection

July 05, 2018 17:45 | Beauty And Health

Comparatively often, boxers are removed from the competition because of bifurcation of the , namely, the skin in the zone of brow ridges.

The cut eyebrows are treated, mainly by surgical methods, in particular, sew the edges of the cutaneous wound at a specialized point, but often use a dissection joint with a fixative bandage from a band-aid, previously eliminating bleeding and degreasing the edges of the wound rupture. With this method of treatment, there remains an unobtrusive thin scar that satisfies cosmetic and photogenic requirements, but the boxer is no longer able to continue the fight.

Methods of treatment of the incised eyebrow

An effective and quick way to cure trauma to the skin is treatment with film-forming agents. At the same time, a film-forming liquid is applied to the wound, which solidifies and protects the site of damage. And the number of such film-forming substances includes a variety of film-forming plastics and collodion fluids. Collodion fluids,( most known Novikov liquid), hardened, remains for a while on the skin in the form of a film that tightens the skin. In the wet environment, the adhesive properties of the film become worse.

Effective collodion fluids film-forming plastics, they began to treat minor skin damage since the sixties. Then, BF-6, BF-2, No. 88, No. 6 mortar was applied, quite efficiently, but BF-6 glue was most often used, it reliably protected the wound from external influences, was impervious to microbes, and did not interfere with movement at all.

For the film to have anti-inflammatory properties, antiseptic components were introduced into the adhesive. But these adhesives did not possess the property to quickly and firmly connect the edges of the eyebrow dissection.

Synthetic adhesives for the treatment of

Over time, synthetic adhesives based on cyanoacrylates have been developed that have been characterized by increased strength, and other properties, for example, pour point, Cyanoacrylate adhesives do not adversely affect the body, tissues react weakly to them, they easily undergo hydrolysis andare absorbed by the body. Currently, they are recommended for use as a basic substance for closing small wounds, the size of which does not exceed 1x3 centimeters. The maximum strength of these preparations when combining living biological tissues saturated with water is achieved incomparably faster than when joining the edges of wounds, for example, with glue BF-6, and the film is better retained on the skin. There is a reliable short-term fixation of the skin and sealing the wound.

Of recent research and development, it is of interest to combine skin wounds with ultrasonic welding methods, when it is possible in a record short time to obtain a strong adhesive suture.

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