There are 3 phases in wound healing InflammatoryProliferationRemodelling I. Inflammatory phase The inflammatory phase takes place immediately after the wound is inflicted. … In the inflammatory phase (lag phase/resting phase), clotting takes place in order to obtain hemostasis, or stop blood loss, and various factors are released to attract cells that phagocytise debris, bacteria, and damaged tissue and release factors that initiate the proliferative phase of wound healing. Platelets, PMNs, Macrophages are all involved in this phase. II. Proliferation phase Takes about 2 days to 3 weeks A) GranulationFibroblasts lay bed of collagenFills defect and produces new capillaries B) ContractionWound edges pull together to reduce defect C) EpithelializationCrosses moist surfaceCell travel about 3 cm from point of origin in all direction III. Remodelling phase Takes 3 weeks to 2 years A) New collagen forms which increases tensile strength to wounds B) Scar tissue is only 80 percent as strong as original tissue Resources: http://www.medicaledu.com/phases.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wound_healing These two resources talk more about the details of wound healing. Especially the resource for wikipedia. it heals over time it heals itself by forming a scab.
Mitosis helps heal a wound through cell division. As the cells divide, they replace the damage cells in the wound helping it heal.
Wow. Do I even need to answer this one? First off, I praise you for spelling Haemophiliac Correctly. But, seriously. if your blood can't clot, how on earth is it gonna clo…g a cut. No. Haemophiliacs need to make sure the bloodflow in that area is low.
Keep the wound clean and dry and use a good antibiotic. I recommend "triple" antibiotic. Many people no long recomend an antibiotic.
There are more disadvantages than advantages to open wound healing. The only real advantage is that there is less of a chance of scarring.
depends where u had it u might had a mark for a while or a scare but like i said it depends where about it is ...
either a scar or a scab...
Lots of proteins are lost through your blood cells.
Stress helps in wound healing. Care should be given to avoid excessstress to growing collagen. Stress given should be in a mild andgradual manner .
In First Aid
A scab grows over the wound and then heals.
-Platelets found in the blood secret an enzyme which converts soluble plasma protein, fibrinogen to insoluble fibrin threads. -red blood cells get trap in the threads to for…m a clot. -this prevent blood loss and also prevent bacteria from entering the body.
In Skin Care
none because mercury would kill you in a heart beat