Penggunaan Dressing Alternatif Pada Luka Kaki Diabetik Meningkatkan Residu Klorin
The use of old modern dressings cost a lot, so wound practitioners use alternative dressings (sanitary napkins). Identify the use of alternative dressings for chlorine residues and the process of healing diabetic foot injury (LKD). Quasi experimental research design with one group pre and post approach, 10 samples were intervened with alternative pads in the form of sanitary napkins used after wound care. Sanitary pads are used on one wound for a type of dressing based on the area of the wound. Intervention for 12 days with dressing changes per 2 days. Examination of residual chlorine (Spectrophotometry UV-Vis) based on the wound with swab techniques on days 1, 6 and 12, while the healing process with a standard instrument that is Diabetis Foot Ulcer Assessment Scale (DFUAS). Chlorine residues of days 1, 6 and 12 were 0.6837, 2.4477 and 2.7927 ppm with p = 0.001. The average DFUAS scores of days 1, 6 and 12 are 29.6, 27.7 and 24.6 with p = 0.005. Thus a significant increase in residual chlorine at the wound bed but DFUAS scores continued to decline. An increase in chlorine residue on days 6 and 12 of treatment using alternative dressings of sanitary napkins and DFUAS scores decreased. It is recommended for wound practitioners to evaluate Diabetic Foot Injuries when using alternative dressings (sanitary napkins).
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