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How to Repair a Laceration

How to repair a laceration

Marsena Collins, FNP-C, ENC-C Knowing how to repair a laceration is an essential skill for almost any provider to have. People will always injure themselves and likewise, they will need our skills. Let’s briefly discuss the process of laceration closure. Step 1: Wound Anatomy Prior to closure it’s important to understand basic wound anatomy. Remember … Read more

When the dog (or cat) bites… How to Treat Animal Bites

How to properly care for animal bites

When it comes to traumatic injuries seen in the emergency room or urgent care, animal bites rank fairly high on the list of most common injuries.  Whether a cat, dog, hamster, raccoon, prairie dog, monkey, or shark, we have seen them all.  As a provider, we need to know how to deal with this efficiently … Read more

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