Managing wound healing is a technique to heal skin blisters, craters, abrasions, infections, etc.
Wound Management is a medical procedure for treating wounds that do not heal easily due to conditions like diabetes, nerve damage, weak immune system, poor circulation, or poor nutrition.
The deeper, larger, or dirtier a wound is, the more care is required. Managing wound healing can prevent the damage from getting worse and help you to stay mobile without losing a limb. The wound management involves the application of debridement or dressing after cleaning up the wound, followed by treatment for infection to allow maximum blood flow/oxygen, and also the treatment of edema/lymphedema as a result of injury or inflammation.