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How to get rid of the pain of dead blood?

I hit my foot on a metal pedal and it tore through my shoe and it cut my foot the bleeding stop but it starting swelling and it hurts when I put any pressure on it ps. Don’t tell me to go to a doctor.

Posted by William

Middems

Only the regular stuff. Ice pack. Take and said like Advil every 8 hrs for swelling. The edge of the pain may wear off by tomorrow morning. You could try a loose wrap at that time. I would not buy the ones that are premade like an ankle support. I would buy the wrap that comes with a roll. If wrapped too tight it will ache more. Heat may make it feel better but will encourage swelling-kind of a catcch22 thing there.take room temp bath or shower as hot water may also encourage swelling. If anything is broken and you do expose it to hot water you’ll know. It will throb and ache for 2 to3 hrs later.
As for disinfection- there’s some stuff out there called chlorhexidine. I don’t think you can pick it up at a Walmart but if you know anyone who works at any type medical place they may be able to get it for you. It burns less and is appropriate for flesh wounds. You may be able to find it at a feed store especially if the store is in a rural area. It is usually meant to be diluted with water so that it is only 10 percent. May find it as a solution or a scrub either is fine. It may be tempting but if you see antibiotics at the feed store they will be basically useless to you because they are made for farm animals larger than you. However, if this is your only recourse I certainly understand. BUT you will have to locate someone who is familiar with that antibiotic, give them your weight, and make sure they know how to calculate dosage and have looked it up in human Rx manual. I’m not telling you to do this about the antibiotics I m telling you it is not safe unless someone knows exactly what they are doing!

Do you wear old faded sweatpants in public?

Posted by Tommy

Middems

Yes. People do do this.
Whether this is considered acceptable hinges on the particular area one resides.

Example:
It is commonplace for performers (actors, models, professional athletes, musicians, and singers) to sit at a busy coffee shop in certain local areas, with a Mickey Mouse t-shirt from the 7th grade, extremely old and faded sweatpants, 99c flipflops, no make-up, dirty hair, and a $40k handbag. Having earned $30 million for their last gig. This is unusual for out-of-towners, who would’ve assumed that anyone who made that much money would be impeccable and dressed to the 9’s every minute of the day. No. Hardly ever.

Some areas are more formal and it is necessary to appear to be freshly scrubbed and biz-suited up at all times, lest one be taken for a vagabond, or worse.

In general, it’s always best to leave the house with appropriate clothing, shoes, hair combed, and teeth brushed. (and showered). If it’s cold, wearing a suitable jacket or coat over the top of sweats would work nicely. If it’s freezing, even better = hat, scarf, boots.

One has to walk the dog, run into the all-night market, pick up an RX, rush over to a friend’s to investigate the suspicious noises she’s hearing in the attic, and on those occasions, time is of the essence. Lagging so one can look presentable isn’t always a good idea, and in an emergency sitch..every last second count. One wouldn’t want to run the risk of being scolded for not having their priorities straight, when an emergency was underway and they showed up, an hour later, with full make-up, and still-wet fingernails.

Everyone’s Mum & Grandmum have told all of us to ALWAYS wear clean underwear when leaving the house..just in case one gets into an accident (God forbid) and get rushed to the Hospital. One wouldn’t want hospital staff to see ugly underwear or socks with holes. (Mums worry about stuff like that).
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Nursing shoes question… Merrell and Landau better than other athletic brands?

Just graduated nursing school and wanting to spend some of my graduation money on a good pair of nursing shoes. I know about Nike, Adidas, Reebok, etc. On several sites that sell scrubs, I’ve noticed that the Merrell Jungle Moc Pro for Ladies and the Landau RX Nursing shoes have gotten good reviews. Are these shoes worth the extra price? The first is $80 and the second is $130. Will other brands, such as Nike, New Balance, Adidas, etc. Offer the same support? Basically… Are the nursing schools any different than the regular athletic/walking/running shoes?

Posted by Daisy

Middems

I bought a pair of Landau shoes when I first became a nurse. I hated them, they were very uncomfortable and I rarely wore them. I bought a pair of Skechers and now those are the only kind I buy. I work in a busy nursing home and am always on my feet. They are the most comfortable shoes and are usually around $40-$60.

 

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