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Wound - Work Related Injury

Wound work related injuries include cuts, punctures and other trauma to the skin and body resulting in a tear to the skin.  Wound injuries can be serious needing stitches to close the wound or minor and shallow.  Wounds can result in internal damage to tissue, bones and organs needing surgical repair.  They also can result in infection from bacteria entering the wound that were on the object creating the wound or from exposure to airborne pathogens.

Significant wounds can cause the patient to go into shock which requires immediate medical attention.  Wounds can also cause loss of blood which is a primary cause of death from wounds.  Pressure should be applied to bleeding wounds.  If the wound is severe, it should be closed as well as possible and pressure applied to restrict bleeding until emergency medical help can arrive.  This may involve leaving the object causing the wound in the wound to help stop the bleeding.

Any work related injury wound caused by an animal, tool or other rusty or dirty object should be examined by a physician as soon as possible.


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