General Instruction

  • Wash your hands by applying enough soap.
  • Rub both your hands interlocking with each other and rub back and tips of your fingers. Rinse with clean water
  • Wash hands before and after, touching the patient, giving bath, wound care, changing the dressing of patient, removing bandages and cleaning the diaper area.
  • Wash hands after cleaning the upper area (arms, torso, and head) and lower area (feet and legs) of the patient.
  • Regularly clean bed-sheets of the patient
  • Disinfect the room on daily basis
  • Always sterilize your child’s feeder and utensils
  • Clean and disinfect the room in the absence of child
  • Remove clothes, bandages and dressings very slowly.
  • Dressings that are stuck to the skin should be soaked until they can be removed easily. Remove them with gently with care.
  • Use bandage netting to hold the dressings in place. Do not use tape!
  • Absorbent dressings soak up wound fluid, and offer padding and protection.
  • Prepare all dressings material in suitable sizes and amounts in advance to keep dressing changing time shorter. Remove and apply dressings in one sitting.
  • Find, Puncture and drain the blisters.
  • Pop a blister as soon as you see it. Cleaning and removing debris/dead tissue helps to reduce bacteria in wounds and promote wound healing
  • Use a clean needle to create an entry and exit hole so the fluid can escape
  • Roll a soft clean cloth over the top of a blister after bursting