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Immediate care for an injury on a baby's hand - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello
User :   My kid who is 6 months baby has a cut in her hand
User :   what should I do?
Doctor :   How big is the cut
User :   it is a small cut...not deep..but bleeding
Doctor :   Try keeping it sealed with in between the thumb and the index finger and that shall take care of the hemorrhage or Bleeding
User :   any medicine to be used..
Doctor :   and wait for at least 5-10 min before you remove the pressure
User :   k
Doctor :   make sure that you do not apply to much pressure as that can lead to gangrene
User :   k
User :   any antiseptic or ointement 2 b used
Doctor :   nothing to worry
User :   k
User :   Thanks
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