Pure Liquid Gold
General Health Information
Wounds are a physical injury that results in an opening or break of the skin. All wounds need first aid (and medical attention if the wound is serious) in order to ensure proper healing and to avoid infection. Always wash your hands with soap before and after giving first aid in order to avoid infection.
The following types of wounds are more likely to become infected: bites, punctures, crushing injuries, dirty wounds, wounds on the feet, and wounds that do not receive prompt medical attention.
Symptoms of a local infection include: heat in the area, a painful or throbbing sensation, swelling of the tissues in the area, pus-like drainage and redness around the wound
A local skin infection should be kept clean and dry. If the treatment is ineffective, or there is no treatment, a local skin infection could become a skin abscess.
Some causes of wounds may be cuts (lacerations), embedded objects, fishhooks, punctures, scrapes, splinters, tears and zippers.
Symptoms of a wound include Bleeding, cut, scrape, or puncture, loss of feeling or function below the wound site and pain.
Never assume that a minor wound is clean because you can't see anything inside. Call immediately for emergency medical assistance if the bleeding cannot be stopped, the victim is seriously injured or if the victim has been bitten by an animal.
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