Treatment and nursing of cervical erosion using nanosilver antibacterial gel
To evaluate the efficacy of nanosilver antibacterial gel in the nursing and treatment of cervical erosion. A total of 108 patients with cervical erosion were selected, and based on the degree of erosion, they were treated with nanosilver antibacterial gel for 2∼3 courses through external application. The total efficacy rate of nanosilver antibacterial gel in the treatment of cervical erosion was 97.2%, and the total cure rate was 84.3%. Further, the cure rate was 94.8% for mild erosion, 83.3% for moderate erosion, and 42.9% for severe erosion. Nanosilver antibacterial gel has different degrees of curative effects on cervical erosion, and the curative effect is more significant in mild and moderate erosion patients compared to that in severe erosion patients.
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Publication date: July 1, 2020
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