Month: March 2018

Avulsion

An avulsion is a serious injury where the skin has been partially or fully torn off. These wounds can bleed heavily and rapidly and must be treated immediately. This is commonly caused by a fall, accident, or another injury. In this case, the skin that was torn must be removed as the skin is too …

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Frostbite

Frostbite

A frostbite is an injury caused by prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, this kind of injury freezes the skin and its underlying layers. Frostbite can lead to serious issues and may cause a limb to cease functioning and lead to gangrene which requires amputation. Frostbite commonly occurs on extremities such as your fingers, toes, nose, …

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Laceration

Laceration

A laceration is a skin injury where the tissues or skin opens forcefully. Lacerations come in various sizes, length, and depth, depending on how severe the impact was from the sharp object. Small lacerations don’t require medical attention and can heal naturally without the use of stitches. Lacerations can be due to objects that strike …

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juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Remedies for juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis is a disease that causes inflammation and swelling of joints. Generally, it is a childhood disease that causes stiff and painful joints. Some children outgrow this condition after treatment but others still continue treatment until adulthood. Types of juvenile idiopathic arthritis Oligoarticular – the common and mildest form where 1-4 joints are …

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