How to treat burns

Treating burns on fingers

As practice shows, not everyone knows for certain about treating burns on fingers, and therefore, getting such a trauma, many of us are completely helpless. We are going to talk about how you should act in a similar situation.

How to treat a grease burn

Small thermal burns from the fire, boiling water, grease, etc. cause redness of the skin. Put the affected area under running cold water and hold it until the pain subsided, then lubricate with alcohol or cologne, without putting bandages. You can treat a grease burn several times a day with therapeutic drugs. So, how to…

How to treat a burn blister

Burn is a tissue damage by high temperature, electric current, corrosive chemicals, ionizing radiation. Formation of blisters is observed in the second degree burns when there is the peeling skin. Typically, these burns are because of hot water or long staying at the sun. They are very painful and can cause severe complications, but the scars…

How to treat a sunburn

Many girls and women get sunburns, when they wish to be beautiful. Shabby skin is not fashionable and when you have a burn, you do not think about beauty. Sunburn is a result of excessive exposure of UV rays to the skin, so you can get burnt on the beach and in the solarium. To…

How to treat a minor burn

You can get burned not only from touching the hot surface or being insufficiently careful when removing the cover from boiling pot. In addition to thermal burns , there are also chemical burns – burns from acid or corrosive materials for cleaning and disinfection.

How to treat steam burns

Tissue damage caused by high temperatures is called a burn. Temperature of boiling water is 100 degrees Celsius, however, the steam may cause damage more than the fire. Steam burn, as well as any thermal burn, causes damage of the skin tissue, disturbed circulation, swelling and inflammation. Irritation of the nerve endings causes pain. •…