Friday, 16 August 2019

How To Treat Sliced ​Lip

The lip exploding or cutting is a very painful experience. If it is not treated properly, it can also cause severe infections, especially if the wounds in the wound and other foreign particles fill up and the wound is not cleaned. This article will explain both of these things how to prevent bleeding from wounds in a short time, and by recovering the wound, the risk of subsequent scars or infusions should be avoided.

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Clear the wound to treat sliced lip

Wash your hands: Before treating any wound, keep in mind that your hands should be cleaned so that the risk of infection in the wound from your hands can be prevented. Use hot water and anti-bacterial soap to wash hands if you have it available. The use of antibacterial hand sanitizers can also be effective after washing hands.
  1. Use vinyl gloves if you have it available. Latex gloves are also good but keep in mind that the person who is treating lips is not allergic to latex. It is very necessary to make a barrier of a clean and disinfected material between your hands and wounds.
Protect the wound from getting infected: It is better to sit beside the wound and avoid breathing or coughing/sneezing.

Turn the head of the wound upward: The person whose lips are bleeding, place it and bury his chin and bend down. By draining the blood forward through the mouth, the injured person can be rescued from swallowing his own blood, otherwise, it can be vomiting and may be prone to throat choke.

In addition to the main injury, check the other injections related to it: Most injuries are related to the initial injury due to injury to a person's mouth. If there is any such injury, take immediate medical help. These include:
  1. Toothache Fracture of face or jaw
  2. Problems in swallowing or breathing
Make sure the injured person has taken a vaccine from time to time or not: If there is an accident in which there is a wound on the injury caused by metal, dirty body or a dirty surface, then the injured person is likely to have a tetanus infection.
  1. The tetanus shots in newborn and young children should be up to two months (in the form of DTP vaccine), in four months, and in six months and again from 15 months to 18 months of age, Only 4 to 6 years of age should be a booster.
  2. If the injured person's wound is messy, make sure he has a tetanus booster shot in the last 5 years. If not, then he should put a shot.
  3. Teenagers and youth can be given a booster shot anytime between the ages of 11 and 18.
  4. Every adult should take tetanus booster shots once every 10 years.
Remove the extrinsic things from the mouth: Ask the person to remove any type of jewelry that surrounds the cut, including the rings worn on the tongue and lips. Also, ask to remove foods or gum in the mouth at the time of injury.
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