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How to Give First Aid Treatment for Paronychia

[caption id="attachment_696" align="alignleft" width="262"] How to Give First Aid Treatment for Paronychia[/caption] Paronychia is a fairly common skin infection that occurs specifically around the nails, both of the fingers and toes but is rarely serious. It is typically caused by an injury or irritation to the nail region. Usually, a bacterium, specifically Staphylococcus aureus is the cause of paronychia ...

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Corneal Foreign Body

Corneal Foreign Body A corneal foreign body is characterized by the occurrence of a foreign particle in the cornea of eyes. The most common type of particles that gets embedded thus are dust particles, paints chips, plant material and debris like metal, woods, etc. Who's At Risk? [caption id="attachment_574" align="alignright" width="300"] Eye-Injury[/caption] A person who works in such risky environment an ...

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First Aid Certification: Avoid Getting Permanent Scalds from Burn Accidents at Home

Burns whether minor or serious should be treated immediately they happen with extra care and precautions in order not to be disfigured permanently from it. They are lots First aid Certification programs that trains you with the right techniques to treat any type of burns even though you might think you it is obvious what to do when this type of accident happen, you might just be wrong. Though, the First Aid ...

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Fire Escape Planning

Save the Life of Your Loved Ones [caption id="attachment_551" align="alignleft" width="300"] Fire Escape Planning[/caption] House fires are among the leading causes of accidental injuries and death. Fires can become uncontrollable and spread quickly, often without following any pattern. Fire escape planning is essential for all households. In any fire accident, every second counts. In just minutes, an entir ...

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