The Effectiveness of Dialkycarbamoylchloride and Silver Dressings on a Wound Healing Process in the Diabetic Food Ulcus Patients at the Health Service Centre in Bekasi City
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- Dialkycarbamoylchloride; Healing Process; Diabetic Food
Silver Dressings are dressings containing silver that can destroy the germ colony well. These dressings can keep the wound moist, so they can speed up reepithelialization by up to 40% compared to using antibiotics. DACC (dialkyl carbamoyl chloride) is a fatty acid derivative that has strong hydrophobic properties. DACC will bind and inactivate bacteria/ microorganisms. This bond is “irreversible” so that it will remove bacteria/ microorganisms at the time of dressing change. The removal of bacteria will accelerate the wound healing process. The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of wound care with modern techniques using Silver and DACC for the wound healing process. The total sample size was 42 people, consisting of 21 wound care patients using silver and 21 wound care patients with DACC. The sampling technique in this study was using purposive sampling. Data analysis was collected using multiple linear regression. The type of silver dressings was more effective against the length of the wound healing process compared to the DACC dressing type. The most dominant variable affecting the wound healing process was comorbidities after being controlled by factors confining nutritional status and mobilization.
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TY - CONF AU - Armi AU - Rita Dwi Pratiwi PY - 2021 DA - 2021/11/16 TI - The Effectiveness of Dialkycarbamoylchloride and Silver Dressings on a Wound Healing Process in the Diabetic Food Ulcus Patients at the Health Service Centre in Bekasi City BT - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Research in Social Sciences and Humanities (ICoRSH 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 703 EP - 707 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211102.092 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.211102.092 ID - 2021 ER -