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tunneling of infection
Started by sonie
Posted: April 5, 2006 at 04:29
hi there all...i seen a wound care specialist today..i have to have another operation,he says i have very very deep tunneling into my abdomin...can someone explain to me exactly what this tunneling is,and what it does exactly????thanks...sonie
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Re: tunneling of infection
Reply #1 by Mark
Posted: April 5, 2006 at 07:45
Tunneling is when the wound isn't just a straight line wound but it channels off to the right or left, up or down. It's super important that the wound be packed properly or it will not heal from the inside out. Having that wound properly packed with IODAFORM guaze (iodine based) worked best for me.
Good luck; mind totally healed in about 3 weeks.
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Re: tunneling of infection
Reply #2 by sandi
Posted: April 5, 2006 at 23:31
I will keep praying for you. Hope this operation is the end to your trials, but I am afraid if you are like me it is just the start of a nightmare. Sandi
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Re: tunneling of infection
Reply #3 by Jo
Posted: April 14, 2006 at 07:04
How long should a tunneling wound take to heal?
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Reply #4 by sideshowsteph
Posted: April 17, 2006 at 17:54
Hey t3 years ago i had a stroke while doing my hair an d passed out on the hot curlingiron. I don't know how long I was passes out, but the burn turned black and I think I caught MRSA from the wound care center. There was a golf ball size hole in my shoulder where they cut out the dead skin. I took it a little over a year to hear. There's a medical tape called Hyperfix that reall hold your bandages on. I was on Bcatrin too. I broke out 3 more times after the 1st episode.
I hope you feel better. Sincerely, Stephanie

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Reply #5 by connie
Posted: October 21, 2012 at 21:23
my son is in prison and they told him he has tunneling is their anything as a mother i can do?
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