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Has sugar ever been used to treat battlefield wounds?
Sugar and honey were used to treat battlefield wounds in ancient Egypt 4000 years ago. It has been used since, and science shows that treating wounds with honey or sugar (sucrose) is beneficial.
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When there is a extreamly bad infection that could cause a loss of a ligament.
you either wrapp a plaster around or you get a cotton wool wet it with hot water and place it on the wound and do not walk on it too much or else the pain will groww and that'…s all you need to knoww
In general,yes. It is very similar to sterile normal saline, widely used on wounds. The fact that it is not quite normal strength, or that it contains other salts than sodium …chloride, are of little consequence. The two big drawbacks are that it is not sterile and often contains, besides bacteria, all kinds of animal/vegetable impurities.
That depends on the bacteria that is present. Different antibiotics work on different bacteria and there is not one specific atibiotic that works on all bacteria. A doct…or needs to detrmine what antibiotic will work and the dose needed for each individual.
Coildial Silver works great.
Yes. But that is the discretion of the physician.
Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, brought supplies of bandages to the surgeons at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Virginia, and carried food and water to the wou…nded. Surgeon James Dunn named her the "angel of the battlefield".
It was used to treat wounds. Sugar kills bacteria in wounds and has no adverse side affects.
Um......... bandages, I guess. But first you have to wash the wounds in cold water, then put a bandage or a cloth on the wound to cover it up and it won't get infected.
Treatment of wounds involves stopping any bleeding, then cleaning and dressing the wound to prevent infection. Additional medical attention may be required if the effects of t…he wound have compromised the body's ability to function
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You first take out a pot(doesn't have to be really big), then you put about 5 cups of water. Next, you boil the water for about 15 mins. Then, you put the horsetail in the wat…er until it is really soggy. Later, you wait for it to cool, and then you put it on your wound!
They didn't have alot of medicine back in those days ,but they still had some medicines to treat the wounds.
In Skin Care
Asiaticoside, an active ingredient extracted from a plant called Centella asiatica, has been widely used to promote wound healing. In vitro evaluations it has been demonstrate…d to increase collagen synthesis and therefore impart tensile strength to skin.