Describe local clinical signs and symptoms of the inflammatory stage of wound healing?
pain, redness,swelling and fever
The three stages of wound healing are initiated with the inflammatory stage where the body attempts to control bleeding by initiating clotting. The second stage is proliferation stage where the tissue begins reconstruction. The final stage of wound healing is the remodeling stage where the wound shrinks and the scab attaches.
Research does seem to support this. In the publication "Emu Oil - A Clinical Appraisal of this Natural and Long Used Product" for use on Epithelialised Wounds by Dr G H Hobday, he concluded that emu oil had demonstrated both scar reduction and anti-inflammatory action. Emu oil hastened post-surgery healing, and the healing of burns, by reducing inflammation, minimising scarring and soothing pain. Because emu oil is sterile, it could be used in an open…
Anti-Inflammatory medications help to reduce pain by reducing the amount of edema (swelling) present in the injured area. When swelling is reduced it allows for the muscles around to become less tight which therefore increased blood flow. This allows for the healing process to begin and start taking a rapid pace.
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Yes, normally inflammation helps to initiate the healing process but chronic inflammation is a contributing factor to many of the chronic illnesses that people face today. Some of the conditions that have been related to chronic inflammation include allergies, cancer, heart disease, arthritic, inflammatory bowel disease, and rheumatoid arthritis.
Type 1 Diabetes symptoms may include unusual thirst, frequent urination, extreme hunger, unusual fatigue and irritability, and weight loss. Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes may include any symptoms of type 1, as well as frequent infections, blurred vision, slow healing in cuts, and tingling or numbness in extremities.
Dr. Hahnemann was of the view that suppressing symptoms disables the organism's innate healing mechanism and drives the disease deeper and so the patient develops a more chronic disease at a later stage. Therefore, the body should be stimulated to encourage its natural healing process. Homeopathy aids in such process
Thye inflammatory response of the body is usually an important response to minimize damage and help prepare the tissues for healing. But that can be a problem rather than helpful protection when it goes too far and doesn't know when to stop. This happens when we sprain our ankle. A little inflammation is all it needs, but the body wants to immobilize it by making it so painful that you can't walk. Truth is, functionally…
First of all, this is something pirates got centuries ago due to the lack of vitamin C. You don't see much of Scurvy anymore. But it's symptoms include: Weak capillaries Fingertip bleeding Bruises Bruising easily Bleeding from old scars Internal bleeding Tiredness Aches and pains Poor healing Bleeding symptoms Weakness Irritability.
When you exercise your body holds water until the healing process is passed. in inflammatory response the body holds water and in some cases the inflammation remains a long time and the water keep piling up and the high level of water can create pressure and pain when blood is trying to flow around the body. Additional pain is the body`s way of letting the brain know something is wrong.
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