Wounds have plagued mankind ever since our earliest ancestors, making the skill of treating and curing a wound as ancient as humanity itself. Most of us will be hurt at some point in our lives, and those injuries could be of varying severity. Damaged skin cells lose their function and require time and basic therapy to recover from the many tiny wounds that plague us. Scratches and cuts sustained on the foot from walking barefoot, or from a shoe bite, are typical types of wounds that are often ignored, or at best treated with a basic antiseptic solution or ointment and allowed to heal on their own. When these measures are insufficient, as is often the case with diabetics, the elderly, and patients with circulatory disorders, seemingly minor injuries may become chronic and non-healing, necessitating extensive medical intervention.
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