First Aid Treatment of Rat Bite its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Rat Bite Rats are found in the hose, garden farm, gutter, and jungle. Generally they live in dirty place so the places scratched by them get easily infected. They can spread a dangerous disease called plague. First Aid Send the victim of a rat bite to a hospital immediately.   

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First Aid Treatment of Cat Bite its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Cat Bite Generally a cat does not bite a person unless provoked. The injuries caused by a cat are bites or scratches by its nails. The condition is not very serious unless the cat has rabies. First Aid Wash and dress the wound. Send the victim to a doctor to get an injection of tetanus toxoid for prevention of tetanus. Watch out for features of rabies in the cat

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Prevention of rabies and its first aid treatment-Bites and Stings

Prevention of rabies and its first aid treatment A case of rabid dog bites are immediately notified. All pets should be vaccinated. Stray dogs should be eliminated. First Aid Wash the wound thoroughly with soap or detergent and water. Shift the patient to hospital immediately for anti-rabies vaccination and local treatment of the wound. Apply an antiseptic cream locally The dog should be kept under observation for ten days. If...

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First Aid Treatment of Dog bite its features, causes and diagnose- Bites and Stings

Dog Bite A person may by bitten by a domestic dog or a stray dog. A domestic god may or may not be immunized against babies. It is immunized; there is no risk of rabies in the victim. If it is not immunized, it can contact rabies from a rabid dog, and then its bite is dangerous. Rabies is  a viral disease found in dogs, and also in other animals...

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First Aid Treatment of Coral cuts its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

 Coral cuts Coral is razor sharp. The cuts are large and deep and get infected readily. They heal slowly and tend to form ulcers. First Aid Swab the area with methylated spirit. Remove all foreign material from the cuts. Cover the wound with sterile dressing. Send him to a hospital immediately.

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First Aid Treatment of cone shell sting its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Cone Shell Sting  A snail like creature is found in such shells. It injects a very potent poison through a minute hollow barbed harpoon. It can be fatal and there is no antidote. Such a shell must not be handled.   First Aid 1.Watch the patient’s pulse and respiration, and give external cardiac massage and artificial respiration when necessary. 2.Send him to a hospital immediately

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First Aid Treatment of Sea urchin sting its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Sea Urchin Sting The spine of a sea urchin can break off in the skin causing local burning and numbness. The wounds heal slowly and the rate of infection is high. First Aid Wear gloves while handling the sting Remove the spine. Cover the wound with dry dressing Send him to a hospital immediately.

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First Aid Treatment of Sting of Portuguese man of war its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Sting of Portuguese man of war The effects vary from slight stinging to cramps, nausea and difficulty in breathing. First Aid Swab the area with methylated spirit to which vinegar has been added to acidify it. Do not rub or apply fresh water or sand. Remove any gelatinous strands present in the flesh using cloth or soft paper, once the symptoms subside. Send a severe case to a hospital immediately.

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First Aid Treatment of Sting of jelly fish its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Sting of jelly fish The effects vary from slight local reaction to large wheals, severe pain and sometimes swift death. First aid Apply calamine cream, lotion or paste of sodium bicarbonate in water. Send a severe case to ah hospital immediately.

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The differences between poisonous and nonpoisonous-Bites and Stings

Poisonous and Nonpoisonous snakes Variable            Poisonous             Nonpoisonous    Belly scales – large, cover entire breadth of the belly. – Small or moderately large, but not covering entire breadth of the belly. Head scales – Small. In case of vipers large and with:- Large. Conspicuous pit between eye and nostril. Third labial scale touches the eye and nasal shields in cobra, king...

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First Aid Treatment of Snake bite its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Snake bite There are about 3000 species of snakes, of which only 250-300 are poisonous. Snakes commonly found in our country are king cobra, common cobra, common krait, common striped krait, pit viper and Russell’s viper. All snakes are not poisonous. All snake bites are not fatal. Most people die from fear and not the venom. Most snakes bite dangerous, because when the snake bites in defense, little or no...

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First Aid Treatment of Leech bite its causes and diagnose- Bites and Stings

Leech bite Leeches are generally found in water tanks, moist and muddy places, and rivers. Leeches are normally harmless, but they suck blood from the victim. Though a serious condition does not arise with their bite but these suck quite a lot of blood from the victim. Hence they should be removed quickly. First Aid A leech should not be pulled off the skin because it is quite delicate and...

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