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A few years back, it was only a dream for feeble and disabled people to move freely from one place to another.
A very important aspect of wound care is the dressing and bandaging of the wound. The article below details the ins and outs of dressing a wound and follow up actions required till the wound heels.
Undergoing a surgery means being left with one or more wounds left to heal. Surgery wounds are sometimes complicated and need special care.
Blisters on feet are common occurrences when out and about hiking. The article details several ways in which blisters can be avoided or treated when on a hike.
There are various reasons due to which blistering might occur on the human body. The following article gives you a brief of the main causes for blisters.
Tegaderm is one of the newer and effective dressings. It is suitable for use on small cuts, injuries and minor burns.
Understanding the different types of wounds and learning how to treat minor cuts and burns at home is very helpful.
Edema is a condition which results in appearance of swelling or puffiness in parts of the body. This is usually found in the legs, ankles or feet. Edema occurs due to collection of body fluids in cells.
Coban dressing is what you might categorize as a compression system of dressings. It is a product of 3M and mainly used to treat edema.
One of the most painful and dangerous wounds are burns. They are also the most difficult to care for in some cases. Read on to find out all you wanted to know about burns and their care.
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