You will need
  • - tweezers;
  • - metal hinge;
  • - gauze;
  • - a thread;
  • - alcohol;
  • needle.
Clinging of the parasite you want to remove, and to remove the insect along with the head and trunk. In pharmacies sell special tweezers, which is very convenient to remove embedded ticks, while leaving the head of the insect. The tick must hold between the teeth of the tweezers, after which the insect gets out. There are also special metal hinges that are put on the tick and circular movements and remove it.
If a special device you have, and go to the pharmacy there is no way to remove a tick with ordinary tweezers. Grasp the insect as close to the head and spin the tick around its axis, keeping the tweezers at the same perpendicular to the skin.
Removing the tick can be and fingers, however, before you begin this procedure, wrap them with gauze. Because ticks are carriers of many infections. As when working with tweezers, you should grab the insect as close to the head and rotate it.
It is convenient to remove the tick along with a head with string. Tie a knot as close as possible to the proboscis of an insect, and then, shaking and pulling on the string, slowly pull out the parasite.
If despite all your efforts, the head of the tick remains in the skin (it looks like a black dot at the bite site), you must remove it. Clean the skin with alcohol, calcined needle over a flame and also disinfect it. With the help of a needle remove the insect head, as if you have removed a splinter.