Draining Wounds

Here we get some information about the draining wounds.


A draining wound is an injury that finds germs such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses in a wound. It results from the blood vessels dilating during the early stages of healing. It is possible because specific bacteria are current at the time. Your body is producing a moist environment around the wound to heal itself. There are four types of draining wounds: serous, sanguineous, serosanguinous, and purulent.