Amputation Injury

When a body part is completely severed (usually a finger, toe, arm, or leg) in an accident or injury, it is referred to as a traumatic amputation.  If proper care has been taken of the body part and stump, sometimes the part can be reattached.  Complications such as bleeding, shock, and infections can occur after an amputation.

Amputations can also result from a crushing or tearing injury, or even after a sharp cut.

Feelings of grief, loss, anxiety, depression and more are common after an amputation and can affect how the victim copes with everyday living.

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