I'm thinking it's those containing zinc oxide, but I'm not sure.
Zinc oxide is good to protect skin. There is a multitude of ways to treat the bed sore. If it is just a superficial opening that isn't deep you can use a patch called Duoderm or any other hydrocolloid patch, cleanse the area, and apply the patch, it is left there for 3 days. Of course the best thing to do anytime is turn the patient off of it, and be sure he has a high protein diet with a good multivit. Where is the bedsore, and what does it look like? I will try to help you but I need a little more info on this.
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