I had a hen set on a clutch of 9 starting Friday of last week, 7/30/21, and 8 were out by Monday, 8/2/21. Number 9 was slow and came out of the shell probably at about 4pm. At 420 pm I went to see how everyone was doing and mama and the famous 8 were out and about and there lay number 9. Cold and torn up in a fashion that appears as though mom stepped on it leaving the box to chase 1-8. I picked #9 up assuming it was dead as it was cold, wet and motionless. I picked 9 up, apologized for being late to save it and checked mom and babies for water and feed requirements and that’s when #9 peeped at me. I whisked away into the house and put 9 in the incubator in hopes that I could reheat the little critter into a will to live. I named #9 Schrodinger because I feel it’s appropriate to acknowledge that it may be both alive and soon dead. So Schrodie is eating, drinking and social at this point in a brooder box, 2 days after hatching and has a HORRID wound that I have been slathering with aloe or terramycin several times a day. Schrodie digs scrambled eggs and electrolyte/probiotic water. Working on crumble added in. I know I need to clean the wound but I am at a loss of the best course of action for this task. Schrodie is maybe 1oz at this point. Tiny bird. Until it’s dead though, it is alive and trying so I need to do what I can. I will attach pictures in hopes of helping visualize what I’m working with here. Thanks in advance.