@bftejada5 asked 7 months ago.

Describe how to deal with cuts, grazes and wounds and why it is important to do so?

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@exuppyrret answered 6 months ago.

If you get a cut or graze it's important to clean it with clean water and soap and then cover it with a dressing. Keep it clean by washing it and changing the dressing every 24 hours until it's healed. If you get a deep cut or graze, or if it just won't stop bleeding, see a doctor.
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@tatiderrap- answered 6 months ago.

First, clean the wound with water. Remove any dirt or debris. Then, if the wound is bleeding, apply pressure with a clean cloth or bandage to stop the bleeding. You can also use a sterile gauze pad to soak up any excess blood.
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@iduwinny- answered 6 months ago.

It is important to deal with cuts, grazes and wounds because they are likely to get infected if not treated. Cuts, grazes and wounds can become infected by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. A wound is an injury to the skin that breaks the integrity of the epidermis and the dermis.
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@henogali answered 6 months ago.

A cut, graze or wound is an injury to the skin that happens when the skin is scraped, scratched, or penetrated by a foreign object. Cuts are the most common type of wound, and they can be caused by accidents, falling, or by intentional self-harm.
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@ejuzubul answered 6 months ago.

 

A wound is an injury to living tissue caused by a cut, burn, abrasion, puncture or laceration. A cut is a type of wound caused by a sharp object, like a knife. A laceration is a long cut or tear in the skin caused by blunt force.

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