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Stanford Children's Health states that to heal a split lip, the wound needs to be washed daily, kept dry and treated with ice to help with swelling. Once the cut has healed over, sunscreen can be applied each day to mini... More »

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To treat and heal a busted lip, immediately apply pressure with a bandage or clean cloth for several minutes to stop any bleeding, according to the University of Rochester Medical Center. Wash the wound gently with soap ... More »

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The treatment regimen required to heal a swollen lip and face depends on the cause of the swelling. If a lip or face is swollen due to a facial fracture, decongestants and steroids can help to minimize swelling of the fa... More »

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When a fingertip is cut off, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons advises covering the wound, immobilizing the wrist and hand with a splint, elevating the hand and applying ice. The amputated part should be clean... More »

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To treat wound and bruise inflammation naturally without the use of medications, individuals can use the RICE method of rest, ice, compression and elevation, explains WebMD. The RICE method is known to reduce swelling an... More »

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Negative pressure wound therapy uses negative pressure on an acute or chronic wound to remove fluids, exudates and infectious agents to promote enhanced healing, closure and recovery, according to Devon Medical Products.... More »

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A vacuum-assisted closure pump applies negative pressure to a wound to draw the edges toward the center, drain fluids, stimulate the growth of cells, increase blood flow and improve healing response. Use of this pump req... More »

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