Primeros auxilios en caso de cortaduras menores - Serie

Para tratar una cortadura menor en casa, primero se deben lavar las manos muy bien con jabón para evitar la infección y luego lavar la herida con un jabón suave y agua.

Procedimiento, parte 1

Aplicar presión directa para detener el sangrado.

Procedimiento, parte 2

Aplicar ungüento antibacteriano para cubrir y proteger la herida.

Procedimiento, parte 3

Una vez que la herida ha dejado de sangrar, se cubre con un vendaje que no se pegue.

Procedimiento, parte 4
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