Electrochemical technology medical treatment of victims with local infectious complications of trauma
In recent years, more and more reports about the use of electrochemical techniques in the treatment of purulent infection. Most often we are talking about drugs ozone and sodium hypochlorite. The aim of our study was to determine the clinical efficacy of the use of sodium hypochlorite in the treatment of local infectious complications among patients with multiple injuries. To fulfill the purposes of our study we analyzed the treatment of 55 victims were local infectious complications in the form of purulent wounds as a result of polytrauma. The study showed that the use of electro medical technology may have affected the local infectious complications of polytrauma. The use of sodium hypochlorite greatly improves the results of treatment of wound healing in victims with local infectious complications of polytrauma. It was revealed that by using sodium hypochlorite second phase of wound healing occurs on day 4-6, as compared with conventional antiseptics twice faster, and can be recommended in clinical use.