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DC INST – LAC REPAIR

You have been evaluated in the Emergency Department today for a laceration to your . Your laceration was repaired in the ED with sutures. Please keep the area surrounding the laceration clean and dry. Please keep the area out of the sunlight for the next 6 months to help prevent scarring. You should have the sutures removed in 7-10 days by your primary care physician, or at your local urgent care or ER. If you develop redness or swelling at the site of your laceration please come back to the ER for a wound check.



We recommend you take 600mg ibuprofen every 6 hours or tylenol 650mg every 6 hours as needed for pain. If needed, you can alternate these medications so that you take one medication every 3 hours. For instance, at noon take ibuprofen, then at 3pm take tylenol, then at 6pm take ibuprofen.



Please follow up with your primary care physician in 7-10 days for suture removal. You can also return to the ER or another urgent care facility for this service.



Return to the Emergency Department if you experience discharge from your laceration, redness around your laceration, warmth around your laceration, fever, vomiting, numbness, tingling, or any other concerning symptoms.



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