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    Essay On Gunshot Wound

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    MED220 Dr. Akm Gias Uddin Gunshot Wound G unshot wound is my essay topic for Emergency Class. First I would like to explain more less what is a Gunshot wound. Gunshot injury may appear when someone is shot by some sharp bullet what in most cases it is a gun. Gunshot may appear during variety of situations not only during criminal or terrorist incidents. Gunshot wound are one of the most traumatic injuries because people might be hurt very quick and find them self in unexpected shock. It’s very difficult to figure out the extend gun wound damage but typically it’s far exceeds and then it’s hard to treat such a wound during the first aid but it is reasonably possible.…

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    Wound Assessment

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    Wound assessment and management Initial assessment of patient - The antibiotics patient is having for her chest infection. Anti-inflammatory drugs reduce the inflammatory response which necessary to prepare wound bed for granulations and affect the function of normal cells. - A right stroke which leads to the blood supply of lower limb not circulates. - Obesity. Excessive fat accumulation is one of the factors that make pressure injury become more serious and it decreases tissue perfusion. -…

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    Delay In Wound Healing

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    skin around wound in the course of dressing change or old dressing removal. Patient that is living with a wound is often stained when outflow caused by the…

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    Wound Healing

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    There are a variety of different factors promoting or inhibiting post-operative wound healing. Rund et al (1) covers many factors linked to wound healing such as smoking, oxygen availability, nutrition, hyperglycemia, alcohol intake, and patient adherence. First of all, smoking exerts a pervert effect on peripheral vasculature. For instance, a single cigarette causes a decrease in O2 because of ligation of carbon monoxide (CO) to hemoglobin and nicotine has an added effect of peripheral…

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    Wound Healing Essay

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    Wound healing is a complex dynamic process which replacing damaged cells with cells of same origin or with connective tissue scar. Wound healing has four time dependent phases; hemostatic, inflammatory, proliferative, and remolding phase. In each phase, specific resident cells release growth factors and cytokines to move the healing process from one phase to the other till complete healing occurs. Chronic wound stack in or delayed in one of the healing phases commonly inflammatory phase.…

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    Wound infection is one of the most common causes of death in modern society, especially in people less than 44 years(Shu Fan et al., 2013). Bacterial microorganisms can gain access from environment or from surrounding skin surface into underlying tissue when patient compromised and physical characteristics are optimal for colonization and growth(Irena Pastar et al., 2013).Presence of microorganism that proliferate without immune response is known as colonization.(Abdul R. Siddiqui and Jack M.…

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    Wound Assessment Essay

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    Routine wound assessment is an essential aspect of reaching diagnosis and monitoring the effect of dressings and treatment on wound healing, with the initial wound assessment providing baseline information which can be used to draw comparisons against future observations (Schultz et al. 2005). One aspect of the TIME assessment ‘E’- edge of wound, asks the practitioner to record the current maximum, width, depth and length of the wound; wound measurement is crucial for assessing, and providing…

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    discusses impaired wound healing. Impaired wound healing is an issue that can easily be overlooked or seen as not very important, for many reasons. However, it can become a very big problem if not taken care of correctly. The wound needs to follow the three complex phases to wound healing, in a specific way for the wound to heal properly. If for some reason the wound does not follow one of the phases properly, it will be delayed in the healing process. This can not only cause problems in…

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    Minor Wounds The skin is the biggest protector of our bodies and its organs. It is made up of two primary layers, the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin and is a membranous epithelial tissue. The dermis is the inner and thicker layer of the skin and is a fibrous connective tissue that provides strength to the skin (lecture supplement, ch.6). When injury or damage occurs to the skin, it goes through 4 different phases to repair itself. The first being…

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    Our skin is the largest organ of the human body and plays a vital role in the sustenance of life through acting as a barrier against any harmful external agents including micro-organisms. When this barrier is damaged due to a cause such as trauma, this specific function is no longer preformed adequately. Therefore it is vital that the skin barrier is restored as soon as possible. A cutaneous wound is defined as a break in the epidermis of the skin; however the disruption could extend to the…

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