Wound healing is a complex biological process involving various stages to repair damaged tissue. The initial phase, hemostasis, involves blood clotting to minimize bleeding. Inflammation follows, where immune cells clear debris and combat infection. Proliferation ensues, characterized by cell proliferation and tissue reconstruction. Finally, remodeling occurs, refining the tissue structure. Effective wound management is crucial, emphasizing cleanliness, proper dressing, and infection control. Timely interventions, such as sutures or staples, may be necessary for large wounds. Additionally, maintaining a moist environment supports optimal healing. Regular monitoring and professional medical guidance contribute to successful wound resolution, minimizing complications and promoting tissue restoration
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