Tahap taubat

Untuk mikraj menuju dan mendekatkan diri dengan Allah SWT, para murid/salik melalui beberapa peringkat atau tahap dalam proses taubat mereka. Di peringkat permulaan taubat ialah bertaubat daripada segala dosa dan maksiat. Selepas itu diikuti dengan taubat daripada segala kelalaian dan kecuaian. Kemudian taubat daripada lintasan-lintasan jahat, dan akhirnya bertaubat daripada melihat segala pemandangan-pemandangan yang baik.

Jahiliyah Moden

Sebagai pengajaran dan peringatan buat kaum muslimah….

Rawatan luka: Tindakan betul atau salah?

Kalau luka atau mendapat kecederaan lain, tentu kita rasa panik dan kekadang buat apa saja tindakan segera tanpa memikirkan apakah tindakan yang diambil itu boleh membantu merawat, meredakan rasa sakit atau cepat sembuh. Oleh itu, pengetahuan asas mengenai pertolongan cemas ini juga perlu bagi setiap orang, sekurang-kurang ia dapat membantu diri sendiri, ahli keluarga atau rakan-rakan dalam keadaan kecemasan.

Dipanjangkan di bawah ini sedikit petua asas tentang tindakan yang perlu diketahui, sama ada tindakan tersebut betul atau salah, apabila luka atau mendapat kecederaan lain.

Wound Care True or False

Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

True or False? Cleaning a Wound With Hydrogen Peroxide Is Best.

Clean With Hydrogen Peroxide or Alcohol? FALSE

Using hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol to clean an injury can actually harm the tissue and delay healing. The best way to clean a minor wound is with cool running water and mild soap. Rinse the wound for at least five minutes to remove dirt, debris, and bacteria. Wounds that are large, deep, or bleeding nonstop should be treated by a professional.

True or False? Keep a Wound Moist

Keep Injuries Moist? TRUE

Keeping wounds moist helps wounds heal faster and can help keep bandages from sticking. This is especially helpful for large wounds and scrapes. Keeping the area clean and applying a thin layer of antibiotic ointment can help prevent infection.

True or False? Scrapes Need to Air Out

Leave Scrapes Uncovered? FALSE

A bandage can protect the area from rubbing against clothing and dirt and bacteria. That can help the wound heal faster. To reduce the risk of infection, always clean a wound before bandaging. If you have a cut, bandages can also help hold the edges of the cut together. When using an adhesive strip, apply it across the width of the wound, not lengthwise.

True or False? It’s Best To Pull a Bandage Slowly

Remove a Bandage Slowly? TRUE

Ripping a bandage off too quickly risks pulling off the scab or reopening the wound. Instead, peel the bandage off slowly and gently. If the bandage feels like it is stuck to the scab, soak it in warm water to soften the scab. To avoid tearing out hair around the wound, pull the bandage gradually in the same direction as hair growth.

True or False? Butter Is Good for Burns

Butter Is Good for Burns? FALSE

Putting butter or ice on a burn won’t help and could lead to further damage. For minor burns, hold the area under cool running water until the pain eases. To protect blistered skin, cover the area with a sterile gauze bandage. Use a nonstick dressing if available, and wrap the bandage loosely so it won’t stick to the burned skin.

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