Combustion can be caused by heating, hot liquids or by sunlight.
Always call a doctor directly or go to the emergency department of the hospital!
The Stop This Pain Team can support remotely and with positive energy relieve the pain and eliminate it in 1st and 2nd degree burns, the faster you are treated, the more effective the treatment works. This allows the burn to heal faster and better and the additional wound care is no longer painful.
What to do in the event of a burn:
- Immediate cooling under streams, lukewarm water, cooling inhibits the combustion and the damage then remains limited.
- Keep the burn under the tap or shower for at least five minutes. Use cold to lukewarm running water. Ice-cold water has a chance of hypothermia. If there is no running water available, you can use wet rags. Even immersing in a ditch is better than taking no action at all.
- Leave clothing that sticks to the burn, damage the skin if you take off your clothes and you lose valuable time.
- Do not touch a burn to minimize the chance of infection.
- Do not lubricate ointment on burns
- You do not have to cover a dry, red spot.
- If the wound is open or if there are blisters, apply bandage, a clean tea towel or a clean sheet. This way no dirt can come.
There are different types of burns:
- A first-degree burn is a red, dry, painful place.
- A second-degree burn is also red and painful; the place is damp and sometimes there are blisters.
- A third-degree burn is yellowish-white or brown and does not hurt, whereas it is just a serious burn. The burn is so deep that the nerve endings in the skin are broken. That way you will not feel any pain anymore. Go directly to the emergency department of the hospital!
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