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Thumb nail came off
On Sunday eve I got hurt and my nail came off 50%,only from bottom it was attached. I visited apollo n they provided normal dressing. On Monday I gave rest and did not opened the bandage. On Tuesday I visited one Dr. Because my nail got sticked to the skin. That Dr. Told that it is infected and did not remove tha nail and just applied ointment and wrapped with bandage,told there is no need to remove this nail till 5 days keep this bandage then on coming Sunday we will remove it.He gave medicine: INDCLAV 625,KINETO-DP. I want to know wether this treatment is correct or not?
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