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Stages of Wound Healing
Updated: 10/16/2020
Stages of Wound Healing
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  • Hemostasis Phase
  • OH NO, I GOT A CUT while preparing my tools for the surgery
  • Inflammation Phase
  • It Should be okay though, the cells in my body are beginning to heal the wound
  • Repair Phase
  • My wound look better now as the cut is not visible to the eye as much.
  • It includes three steps: blood vessels, blood clot formation, and coagulation. A biological cycle that reduces blood loss when damage occurs. Hypotension is a reflex wherein the blood vessels are compressed to increase blood pressure.
  • These white blood cells, stem cells, nutrients, and antioxidants are now generating swelling, heat, discomfort, and skin irritation usually seen during this phase of treatment.
  • From the first stage, shiny reddish cells fill the wound site with connective tissue, and blood vessels form. During expansion, the boundaries of the wound expand and pull into the center of the wound. Cells emerge from the surrounding tissue and begin to move to fill the wound with epithelium cells.
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