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When an internal or external break in body tissue occurs – we term it a ‘wound’. Open wounds (such as cuts from a knife) are breaks in the skin or mucous membranes. Open wounds are most commonly caused by accidents such as
falls, mishandling of sharp objects, accidents with tools or machinery, and car accidents and are almost always accompanied by pain. A closed wound (a contusion or internal bleeding) is a bruise that damages the underlying tissue without breaking the skin (as in a black eye).
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The medical term shock refers to the organs and tissues of the body not receiving a
sufficient flow of blood. As a result of the imbalance of oxygen supply and demand,
a build up of waste products occurs and can cause damage to the organs. This type
of shock is known as physiological shock and can result in collapse, coma or even death if it is not treated immediately.
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Summertime is that time of the year when you are most likely to be bitten by all sorts of insects. An insect bite is characterized by a small, red lump or raised puncture which causes itchiness. Insects such as lice, mites, fleas,
bedbugs, mosquitoes, spiders or scorpions are capable of injecting venom into humans and animals when they bite.
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Many people have allergic reactions when they are stung by insects. Insects such as bees, bumble bees, wasps, yellow jackets, hornets, and fire ants have the ability to inject venom into humans and animals. In the United States overall,
yellow jackets cause the most allergic reactions. In the South, fire ants are more common. Venom in the insects contains proteins which causes allergic reactions in people.
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Many people live by the assumption that their loveable pet would never bite, and we are often very trusting when it comes to our furry four-legged friends. However, dogs, whether we know them or not, are just like any other animal and they have
the potential to bite. A dog bite can cause bruising, break or puncture the skin and even crush bones.
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When damage to the skin and exposed mucosal surfaces (such as the gullet or airways) are caused by intense heat, boiling water or strong chemicals – we describe this as a burn. While burns are a type of traumatic physical injury caused by thermal, electrical, chemical, or electromagnetic energy, scalds are the damage caused by contact with hot fluids. Both infants and the elderly are at the greatest risk for burn injury. When a burn occurs there may be obvious and immediate damage to the skin, which can cause much pain.
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In essence, an abrasion is a ‘scrape’ that happens when the skin is rubbed away and can occur as a result of abrasive material (friction or chaffing from clothes or objects), falling on gravel, or ‘skinning’ areas of the body when objects brush past the body at high speed (for example twigs and branches when tumbling down a hill). Children are most at risk for abrasions – most commonly at school in the playground.
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