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Cleaning and Dressing Wounds - First Aid - About.com
May 29, 2014 ... covered evaluating a wound to decide if you need to seek emergency treatment for stitches. However, that's only part of caring for an open ...
First Aid Treatment for a Puncture Wound - About.com
May 13, 2014 ... Puncture wounds can be deep or shallow and large or small. Treatment depends on the severity of the puncture wound and the size of the ...
How to Dress a Wound - First Aid - About.com
May 19, 2014 ... Most lacerations and abrasions can be handled at home without ever going to the emergency room. To take care of wounds at home, they must ...
Caring for Your Incision After Surgery
It is normal to want your incision to appear as “clean” as possible, but the scab protects the wound and promotes healing below it. Removing or picking at a scab  ...
Using Peroxide and Alcohol on an Incision - Surgery - About.com
Jun 30, 2014 ... Find out the best ways to care for an incision after surgery, including whether ... Some ointments actually keep the wound moist, which makes a ...
Wound Care - How to Dress a Wound Video
If you get a minor cut or a wound, you can most often treat it right at home. See how to care for a wound, and learn when you should seek medical attention.
Caring for Wounds After Surgery - Plastic Surgery - About.com
Jun 23, 2014 ... Many patients want to know how to properly care for their wounds after surgery in order to speed healing and minimize the chance of infection.
How to Care for a Surgical Incision - Surgery - About.com
May 29, 2014 ... Learn how to properly care for an incision, preventing infection and healing ... How to Prevent a Post-Surgery Wound Opening from Becoming a ...
Types of Drainage From a Surgical Wound - Surgery - About.com
May 30, 2014 ... In some cases, drainage can be a sign of infection, but for most people, good wound care will prevent an infection from occurring. Preventing ...
Preventing Infections After Your Surgery - About.com
Jul 31, 2014 ... An infection can slow your healing process, make you feel pretty lousy, and can, ... Wash your Hands Before and After Doing any Wound Care.
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