Monthly Archives: December 2013

First Aid Care for Broken Bones

broken bone, first aid

Fractures are some of the most common injuries. A broken bone  might be as a result of falls, high impact accidents and during sports that involve physical contact.  When this happens, it is important to provide immediate medical care. If ignored, fractures can become worse and may cause irreparable damage to the affected part of the body. In order to ... Read More »

Leg Ulcers

Leg Ulcers

Leg ulcers are an excavation of the skin surface that occurs when inflamed necrotic tissue sloughs off. A majority of reported leg ulcers occurs as a result of chronic venous insufficiency. Moreover, other factors that contribute to the development of  the ulcerations brought about by lesions are due to arterial insufficiency, partial and full thickness burns, sickle cell anemia and ... Read More »

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