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Winchcombe Medical Centre


Bleeding can usually be stopped by applying pressure to the cut for two or three minutes.  The cut can then be carefully inspected.  If it has bled freely any germs will normally have been washed away by the blood.  Apply a plaster dressing firmly bringing the edges of the cut together so that it knits quickly.  Keep dry for one or two days. If the cut is deep and the edges can not be pulled together with a dressing, you should attend Winchcombe Medical Centre as a Minor Injury.


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