Healing with Honey
Graze which has degloved through the 3 dermal layers
The inflammatory phase. Swelling occurs as WBCs migrate to the wound and clean out foreign material and bacteria.
Healthy granulation tissue is formed with no proud flesh, and no slough or exudate is present. Swelling is completely gone. Epithelialisation is already forming around the wound edges.
Wound contraction and the process of epithelialisation is almost complete. Still no excessive granulation tissue.