The electric shock

When electrical energy, by mistake or accident, reaches the body by traveling through it in several parts, electric shock occurs.

Acute abdomen: what to do?

At the time the acute abdomen occurs, surgical intervention is necessary. Abdominal pain is of different types depending on the etiology. General symptoms are visceral pain, pain from the peritoneum-parietal,

Jugular stenosis: what is it?

Jugular stenosis involves narrowing of the jugular veins that prevents the normal removal of blood from the brain and central nervous system. The origin of the disorder may be a

Electrocution: what to do

In electrocution , the greatest damage is visible inside the body, even though the burn may appear small and superficial. What to do? Make sure the place is safe, unplug

Tuberculosis: how to treat it

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious and contagious disease-potentially serious-caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis or Koch’s bacillus, named after the German physician and bacteriologist who discovered it back in 1882.

Sinusitis: how to recognize it

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucosa lining the sinuses. In fact, it is estimated that it may affect 8.4 percent of the population in Italy, 9 percent in Europe

Tooth/mouth injury


Biting of the lips and tongue

What do?

  1. In the case of biting our lips or the tongue, apply direct pressure to the bleeding area with gauze sterile or with a clean cloth.
  2. If the affected part swells, apply ice or suck on an ice cube.

Fall of a tooth

A fallen tooth can be safely replanted in its place. In the moment in which the tooth falls, it is advisable to keep it for examination at the dentist. Place a sterile gauze pad so that the bleeding is controlled.

What do?

  1. Recover the tooth, do not wash it and do not Remove no tissue fragments attached to it.
  2. Placing the tooth in an appropriate solution For tooth preservation. You absolutely must not put the tooth in alcohol, water or mouthwash.
  3. In case it is a partially extracted not remove it and try to reposition it in the alveolus.
  4. Going to the dentist. If you find yourself in a isolated area it is possible to replant the fallen tooth through a series of instructions:
  5. Handling the tooth from the crown
  6. Rinse the tooth with cold water
  7. Reposition the tooth in the socket.
  8. Push the tooth so that its upper margin is at the same level as the adjacent ones.

Broken tooth

What do?

  1. Gently wash the tooth so as to remove blood from the affected area.
  2. Cover the tooth with sterile gauze.
  3. Apply an ice pack to the face to reduce swelling.
  4. If you think you have a fracture in the jaw, immobilize it with a bandage.


What do?

  1. Wash the mouth with warm water to clean it.
  2. Remove food residue with a thread interdental.
  3. If tooth decay is suspected, insert a cotton ball soaked in clove oil in the cavity. For the pain take aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
  4. At the sore tooth, apply an ice pack


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