Laceration & Open Wound Repair
An open wound involves a break in the skin or tissue that may be caused by, among other things, accident, injury or animal bite. A laceration is a type of open wound, one with jagged, irregular edges. Open wounds and lacerations typically involve bleeding, redness, swelling, pain, and tenderness. They can occur nearly anywhere on the body, with the upper extremities being a common location for open wounds/lacerations caused by accidents or falls. Deeper wounds or lacerations may require medical attention to prevent infection and loss of function, due to damage to underlying structures such as bone, muscle, tendon, arteries and nerves.
Whether your child needs sutures, glue, staples, or just a good wound cleaning and evaluation, we are ready to help you and your child out. Please call our office to further discuss your child's injury -- 973-659-9991
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