By John A. Clarke
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Favourable results have been reported by washing the wound once or twice a day with normal saline, but still maintaining a dry environment. After exposing the wound in a warm, dry atmos phere an eschar should develop within two or three days, beneath which the wound will start to heal (Fig. 3). The eschar forms a close-fitting cover consisting of protein exudate and dead, dessicated burned tissue which is lifted off as the burn heals. The dry eschar separates early, with good recovery of the epidermal adnexae.
B) A strong stitch is inserted between the second and third tracheal rings ; the need le is left in place. Fig. 15 Withdrawal of the endotracheal tube. An inverted U incision is made through the anterior wall of the trachea using a scalpel. The retracting stitch allows the flap to be pulled downwards. The endotracheal tube is revealed beneath , and the cuff should be deflated . The tube is withdrawn slowly. (c) The stitch is held in artery forceps and used as a retractor . Fig. 16 Tube insertion.
The tube is withdrawn slowly. (c) The stitch is held in artery forceps and used as a retractor . Fig. 16 Tube insertion. A large tracheostomy tube is inserted and connected via the adaptor to the anaesthe tic circui t, and its cuff is inflated until an air seal is obtained . Fig. 17 Skin grafting. The graft is applied to the raw area and dressed . The strong stitch at the tip of the Bjork flap is passed through the graft and subcutaneous tissue at the inferior edge of the stoma . The flange of the tra cheostomy tube is st itched to surrounding skin and held in place with the customary two tapes passed around the neck for extra security.