Apply medicine with the glass rod and allow the medicine to dry.
Cover the entire surface of the wart.
Penetration of the medication is increased if the treated wart is covered with a
piece of adhesive tape.
(e) After a few days, white, pliable keratin forms. Pare down this
substance with sandpaper or a pumice stone.
Eventually, you will expose pink skin.
Blunt dissection. Follow this procedure:
(a) Inject two percent lidocaine with epinephrine directly into the
substance of the wart.
Insert the tip of a blunt-tipped scissors between the wart and
Cut the skin circumferentially.
(d) Insert a blunt dissector into the plane of cleavage.
Separate the lesion with short firm strokes.
(f) Draw the blunt dissector firmly back and forth over the exposed
surface of the bed to assure that no tissue fragments remain.
Apply a small sterile dressing over the wound.
(h) Advise the patient to change the dressing daily for three to four
REMOVAL OF RINGS
If the finger swells, it may be necessary to remove a ring. There are three types
of procedures for ring removal.
a. Lubricate the Finger. You can lubricate the finger with soap or K-Y jelly.
Then, slip the ring off the finger.
b. "Milk" the Finger. Wrap the finger snugly with string from the distal tip to just
below the ring. This "milks" the edema out of the finger. Then, you can slide the ring off