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Antiseptics have been found to retard healing of wounds. Innocuous solutions like ... imperative to determine the best agent to use in dressing wounds. Based on ...

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Disinfect your wound with a food you already have in the kitchen. ... Garlic was used as an antiseptic during the Civil War, along with onions, which were used to treat gunshot ....

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Therefore, effective antiseptics for wound healing should ideally address both ... Furthermore, a recent WHO guideline advocates the use of good antisepsis ...

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Regardless of the type of wound, it is important to keep good hygiene at all ... These are the best products to rinse wounds. DO NOT USE. Antiseptic solutions.

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Find out what products are available for cuts and abrasions. ... be careful when using an antiseptic cream; it is best not to use these under a dressing as the skin  ...

www.rch.org.au/kidsinfo/fact_sheets/Cuts_grazes_lacerations

Antiseptic creams are not recommended and do not help the wound to heal. ... Taking good care of the wound and ensuring your child eats a healthy diet helps  ...

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Pain medication and good home care can help aid in healing. ... clean the wound two to three times daily with a mild antiseptic solution or warm water to remove ...

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If you're unsure which antiseptics or antibiotics are right for your wound care needs, consult your medical provider. He or she can suggest the best products and ...

www.latimes.com/health/la-he-wound-care-20160725-snap-story.html

Jul 29, 2016 ... Perhaps you're not up to date on home wound care. Here are some new do's and don'ts.

www.marshfieldclinic.org/sports-wrap/identifying-infected-wounds

But it should not be used for large open wounds or deep cuts, or for a long time. Hydrogen peroxide works by killing bacteria, whether it is “good” healing ...