How to Remove Liquid Bandage Properly
Tip to remove liquid bandage
Application of baby oil or nail polish remover can reduce the stickiness and help separate the bandage from the skin easily. This Buzzle post elaborates more on how to remove liquid bandage from the skin
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Infected Cut Treatment
Cuts on the skin can range from minor abrasions to deep ones that may require stitches. The risk of infection is high in case of cuts and needs to be attended to, in time. Here are some ways to determine if the cut or scrape is...
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Serous Drainage
In the course of a recovering from an injury or incision, many people find serous drainage an obnoxious problem. In the following passages, we will take a look at the subject in detail.
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Infected Cut on Foot
An infected cut on foot can be painful and in addition, it can restrict your movement to a great extent. But most importantly, the infection may lead to life threatening complications if left untreated.
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Things You Should Know Before Using a Liquid Bandage
Using liquid bandage
Liquid bandage is designed to heal minor cuts and wounds, and is unlikely to be recommended for deep cuts and large wounds. Read the following Buzzle article to know when not to use a liquid bandage.
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Types of Sutures and their Uses
suture types and uses
Sutures are surgical threads that are used for closing or stitching surgical incisions and wounds, so as to speed up the healing process. Both natural and synthetic materials are used to make these surgical threads. This Buzzle...
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Why Do Healing Wounds Itch?
Why healing wounds itch
While some theorize that it happens due to extreme dryness in the skin that has newly formed, others believe that wounds itch during the healing process as the skin beneath the scab gets stretched. Find out some of the theories and...
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Ways to Prevent Infection after Surgery
Post-surgical infections are known to cause quite a few complications in the long term, and hence are best prevented in the first place. The following information on some effective ways to prevent infection after surgery will tell...
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What are Dissolvable Stitches Made of?
Stitches are always used by various doctors and surgeons to close deep cuts, gashes and surgical incisions. Today, they have started using dissolvable stitches/sutures especially for internal wounds. Let us learn about what these...
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High Protein Diet for Wound Healing
People recovering from injuries and wounds are often advised to include foods high in proteins for a speedy recovery. In this article, we will take a look at the components of a high protein diet which can help in speedy recovery...
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Dissolvable Stitches
Use of dissolvable stitches for sewing up wound openings has gained immense popularity due to the several advantages associated with them. Read this article to gather more information about them.
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Signs and Symptoms of Puncture Wound Infection
One needs to take precautionary measures when it comes to puncture wounds because they can cause an infection. Read the following article to know more about puncture wound infection and what to do about it.
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Hydrocolloid Dressing
Hydrocolloid dressing is a dressing or bandage that contains a gel-forming agent, like gelatin. Read on to know more about this implement...
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Wound Debridement Procedure
Many people have heard the term debridement before going for a healing surgery. This article gives in depth information about the procedure and the details regarding the same.
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Granulation Tissue
In this article, provided below are the details regarding definition, structure, and what happens when there is an excess of granulation tissue.
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Wound Healing Stages
Do you know how wounds heal? The process of wound healing starts immediately after an injury and ends when the structure is perfectly repaired. The present article describes various wound healing stages. Scroll down if you are...
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Wound Dehiscence
The post-surgery complication characterized by partial or complete opening of a surgical wound is termed wound dehiscence. The following Buzzle article will help you to understand the associated risk factors, causes and treatment...
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Infected Cut
An infected cut can cause you a great deal of trouble, and therefore, it is essential to take care of it in the initial stages itself. The treatment can be done at home when you start noticing indications of an infection.
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Infected Cut on Finger
Infected cut on a finger is one of the common forms of household injuries. Here is some information on how to care for an infected cut to promote faster healing.
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How to Treat Cuts and Scrapes
Cuts or scrapes on the skin should be taken care of immediately, as there is high risk of infection. Continue reading to know how you can clean and treat these in an easy and hygienic manner.
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