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Wound healing can be described in terms of overlapping phases that occur following the days and weeks following the injury. Further details about them here.
Wound closure is accomplished one of three ways, by primary intention, secondary or delayed primary closure. Learn more about types of wound closure here.
Transparent Film Dressings are thin flexible sheets of clear polyurethane, with one side adhesive to adhere to the skin. Find out more about dressings here
Check out this video to learn about Hemostasis, understand the stages of the wound healing process, what cells are involved and further details here.
Learn more about Hydrogel dressings, which are consisting of 80-99% water or glycerin that absorb small amounts of fluid but provide moisture to dry wounds.
Hydrocolloid dressings are occlusive or semi-occlusive, made of a combination of gel-forming polymers that absorb exudate slowly. Enter here for more info.
While a cut or scrape is bleeding heavily and may need the help of paramedics, you can still practice first aid. Learn how to treat cuts and scrapes here.