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This isn't an exhaustive list, but a non-sterile puncture is a risk of tetanus (infection with Clostridium tetani): The spores can get into the body through broken skin, usually through injuries from contaminated objects. Tetanus bacteria are more likely to infect certain breaks in the skin. These include: Wounds contaminated with dirt, poop (feces), or ...


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