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Cat bite wounds are susceptible to infection, especially with the P. multocida bacteria, so it is usually recommended that kids be treated with an antibiotic, such as Augmentin, after getting bitten by a cat. If a child is allergic to penicillin, then they will likely be treated with a combination of clindamycin with either Bactrim or an extended-spectrum cephalosporin. Clean inside the wound being sure to rinse away all the soap, or it will cause irritation later.
Any regular soap will do. There’s no reason to use any antibacterial or antiseptic soap. Cover the wound with a clean, dry dressing. You can put antibiotic ointment on the bite before covering, but that is not necessary. Here’s what to do if a cat bites you First, you want to try to flush out as much bacteria as possible. To do this, press on the wound gently to cause some bleeding.
The blood will help move the bacteria from the wound. Here is a list of steps on what to do if a cat ever bites you or your children: 1.Immediately wash the cat bite wound with soap and warm water. Let the water run freely over the wound. Cover the wound with a clean cloth or towel while you get help.
2.Contact your physician or local emergency room. Cat bites commonly get infected and the safest thing to do. AN animal lover who was bitten by a stray cat died after being misdiagnosed and sent home from A&E without any antibiotics, an inquest has heard.
Gabriele Kreichgauer, 61, a former web designer. Confinement should be performed in coordination with public health authorities. To avoid mistaking the signs of rabies for possible side effects of vaccination, administration of rabies vaccine to the animal is not recommended during the observation period. Thoroughly wash the bite with soap and clean tap water, allowing the water to flow over the bite and remove dirt and bacteria from the wound.
Hold the bite under running water for several minutes. Gently squeeze the bite to help the blood flow. This will help remove dirt and bacteria from the inside of the wound. Glad your bites are ok so far I was bitten by a feral once.
I soaked my hands in epsom salts for several days and kept neosporin on them otherwise. Totally my own fault. I was trapping her to take her to get spayed and greatly underestimated how a feral cat would react about being trapped.
If you are attempting to rescue a cat, wear thick gloves when handling it and have it examined immediately by a licensed veterinarian. If you are bitten by a cat, wash the wound immediately with soap and water, and then immediately seek medical care. This is not something to play with.
Feeding feral and stray cats is generous, but they need health care as well. If you can’t manage ongoing care, “at the very least, get the cat neutered,” suggests Case. If.
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|from Starting from Scratch: How to Correct Behavior Problems in Your Adult Cat|
|from Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat E-Book|
|from The Eye in Pediatric Systemic Disease|
|from Pediatric Emergency Medicine Secrets E-Book|
|from Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice|