Nose adhesive method after surgery
After nasal nose surgery, postoperative care is important. If this care does not work well, it can prevent the desired outcome and sometimes force the person to re-operate.
The care that should be taken after careful nose surgery is to adhere to the correct method.
There are many questions about nasal glue, such as how long does it take to glue? Can the patient stick with her? What stick should I use?
Advantages of Nose Gluing:
Reduce swelling and inflammation of the nose
Warning and awareness for those around you. You have recently performed nose surgery and refrain from any joke that could lead to damage to your nose.
How long should you use glue after surgery?
We usually remove the splint after 5 days to one week from the nose and then use the glue. The total adhesive in the form of the nose will have no effect. Adhesive only helps reduce nasal mucus during the postoperative period. Particularly in patients with thicker skin, we recommend that they take longer to apply the adhesive.
Different surgeons have different opinions about the length of adhesion, and they are used from short periods to long periods of time between different individuals.
What kind of stick should I use?
Adhesive is suitable for 1 to 1.5 centimeters. Adhesives should be anti-allergic to paper adhesives to prevent damage to the skin and prevent further complications on the skin of the patient.
Nose adhesive method
To glued, first wash the skin well with soap and water, then clean it with a cotton napkin to remove fat from the skin to increase the effect of glue to reduce nasal swelling.
The first stick that is struck is at the top of the tip of the nose; it is precisely the tip of the nose, and covers the upper parts of it with glue.
For the amount of pressure on the nose of the nose to be comparable, it is advisable to glued on both sides and press the first to the center of the adhesive, then spread around.
Each stick is better off covering half of its adhesive.
Usually, the nose length is completed by gluing 4 adhesives that cover each of the glue half of the previous adhesive. To reduce the swelling, the adhesives that are implanted in the nose play a key role.
In the next step, we cut the taller adhesive, which is U-shaped and covers the lateral parts of the patient’s nose.
Be sure to avoid excessive glue in the nasal area because excessive pressure in the area causes disturbances to the nose, especially in the case of edema. This adhesive only holds the role of being able to change the state of the nose with adhesive. It is a misconception.
Note that the patient’s nostrils are completely free and the nasal holes are not covered at all.
Due to the fact that the remaining end of the longitudinal adhesive is cut, the adhesive that is split laterally is applied to support the bottom adhesive.
And in the last step, on the adhesive, we add another row of adhesive in the longitudinal direction and cut the additions of the adhesive in order to shrink.
How often should I change the nasal grip?
Although the correct use of glue helps to reduce your nasal swelling and speeds up the recovery process, remember that during the recovery process, the glue should not be constantly on your nose, and time should be allowed to breathe into the nasal skin. Otherwise, self-adhesive will damage the skin of the nose. So it is best to breathe for a few hours at the time of the glue changing, and then apply a new adhesive.
The time for nail gluing varies from person to person. People who have normal skin are one day old, people who have dry skin, every three days, and those with oily skin can change their glue every day.
How to remove glue from your nose?
One of the important goals of nail adhesion is to stick the skin to the underlying tissues. Now, if you take care not to remove the glue from your nose, you will be injured.
It is advisable to remove the hot water under the shower. So that the glue on the nose is well soaked and some soap is soaked on it. In this case, the adhesive will be more easily removed.