Just removed the express scissors, slipped and stabbed my finger directly. There was no blood at first. After a few seconds, I squeezed it and it bled. I wiped it with paper twice and it didn't bleed again
As long as there is a wound, there is a possibility of infection with Clostridium tetanus. Are the scissors you use particularly dirty? The knife edge is relatively shallow. If you use specially clean scissors, the possibility of infection with Clostridium tetanus is relatively small. Of course, it is not safe to completely eliminate the more safe measures. You can break the cold antitoxin.
From the picture, the wound is relatively shallow, and the probability of tetanus is particularly low. Therefore, if it is fully disinfected, there is no need to break the tetanus antitoxin, but it must be disinfected with Iodophor, pay attention not to be infected, and then try not to touch water before the wound healing.
Tetanus bacilli can only grow and reproduce in anoxic wounds. This superficial skin abrasion does not need to be injected with tetanus. It only needs to be cleaned with hydrogen peroxide and disinfected with Iodophor to avoid being exposed to water and keep dry.