Fish Hook Injury
An embedded fish hook should be removed by a doctor but, if you are too far from medical help and it is a single-barbed hook in a superficial part (such as a finger), you will probably be able to take it out if you are careful. Do not attempt to remove a hook from the face, or from any other part where it appears to have penetrated deeply.
First aid treatment
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