Wound Management

How to Manage and prevent Rabies in Humans

The management and prevention of rabies in humans is very important. A person gets infected with rabies when he/she is bitten by a dog, skunk, raccoon, bat or fox that is infected with the virus. This virus is lethal and enters the human body via broken skin. Once in the body, it travels straight into the brain which as a ... Read More »

Care and Management of Superficial Wounds

Superficial wounds normally occur when the epidermis (the skin’s top layer) is punctured, burnt, cut or scrapped. Although the situation is minor and not life threatening, it’s wise to take proper care of the wound so that it can heal quickly. In addition, the likelihood of an infection worsening the wound will be nil. Appropriate management techniques are vital in ... Read More »