Lacerations Archive

First Aid and Veterinary Treatment for Horse Heel Bulb Lacerations

Horses can quite often obtain an injury to an area on the back of their ankles above their hooves; specifically this area above each hoof is known as the heel bulb. The treatment for horse heel bulb lacerations is first aid and veterinary care. Heel bulb lacerations are often caused when horses get their feet

Hepatic Trauma: Liver Lacerations

Every year thousands of people are severely injured in automobile accidents. Hepatic injuries and more specifically, liver lacerations are most common in auto accidents where there are decelerations injuries. Most often there is a crash and the body is thrown forward into the steering wheel. With that, the right rib cage is fractured, and the

In the Medical Record: Pictures of Lacerations of the Tongue

Pictures of lacerations of the tongue can be found on the internet and in medical books, and even in a patients medical record. Lacerations of the tongue can result from falls, blunt force trauma, bites from seizure activity, and automobile accidents. You can go to a search engine and pull up pictures of lacerations of

Tongue Lacerations Inflicted from Child Abuse

Tongue lacerations can happen to anyone by accident. Tongue lacerations are usually the result of some sort of accident, such as hitting ones chin on a hard surface. Sometimes children suffer tongue lacerations due to falling; but sadly in children, not all tongue lacerations are accidental; some are inflicted through child abuse. As a parent,

Proper Motorcycle Attire Prevents Leg Lacerations

Traffic accidents happen every minute of every day. One of the worst accidents notorious for leg lacerations is the motorcycle accident. When a motor bike crashes into another vehicle or the rider loses control and an unprotected cyclist lays it down in the road, there may not be much left but teeth, hair, and eyeballs.

Treating Face Lacerations Wisely

When face lacerations happen, most people have quite a few concerns. Of all the locations for lacerations to take place, the face is generally the most visible. Taking the right steps to promote healing and prevent scarring is vital. How to handle first aid for face lacerations will depend a great deal on how severe

Understanding 1st to 4th Degree Perineal Lacerations

As you labor to give birth your baby makes his/her way down the birth canal. The tissues of your vagina are made to stretch as the baby comes down. A primiparaeprim-i-para(woman in first pregnancy) is most likely to receive 4th degree perineal lacerations. Delivering mothers can receive 4th degree perineal lacerations even with an episiotomy.

Repair and Prevent Labia Lacerations with Labiaplasty

Every woman is unique. The very part that makes her a woman is as unique as her fingerprints. Her most private womanly parts are the labia majora and labia minora. Some woman have large labia, just as many woman are large breasted; it is perfectly normal to have large labia. Childbirth can affect the size

Care And Treatment of Lacerations

A laceration is the more medical term for any kind of tear or cut in the skin. The laceration may be small or large depending on the cause of the laceration, that is from a sharp object, such as a knife or shard of glass, or a more traumatic cause due to a blow to

Birthing at Home to Prevent Lacerations Grazes Birth

Birthing at home is not new, yet it seems new because so many women birth in hospitals. Birthing in a hospital is fine; however you may not get the option to deliver in the most comfortable of positions. Baring any unseen complications during childbirth, birthing at home is a much better option for some women