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First Aid Bag Wound management question

During a bar brawl, a student sustained 4-in laceration his left arm from glass and presents to emergency room the following morning 10hr left, He is neurovascularly intact and the wound is deeper, extending down to fascia. Which of the following is the appropriate management of wound
1- Closure of wound only and administration of antibiotics for one week
2- Closure of wound and subcutaneous tissue with administration of antibiotics for one week
3- A single dose of IV antibiotics and closure of skin only
4- A single dose of IV antibiotics and closure of skin and subcutaneous tissue
5- Local wound care without wound closure or antibiotics
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2?

whats the source? btw
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3- a single dose of IV antibiotics and closure of skin only
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4-...since its a deeper wound...!!

i guess...
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