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-Continues to bleed after application of pressure for ten to fifteen minutesLaceration repair mends a tear in the skin or other tissue. The procedure is similar to repairing a tear in clothing. Urgent Care physicians routinely repair lacerations. The four goals of laceration repair are to stop bleeding, prevent infection, preserve function, and restore appearance.
-Is more than one-eighth to one-fourth inch deep
-Exposes fat, muscle, tendon, or bone
-Causes a change in function surrounding the area of the laceration
-Is dirty or has visible debris in it
-Is located in an area where an unsightly scar is undesirable.