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Burnt with a hot liquid is watered with ice-cold water

Jul 21st 2014 at 8:06 PM

You have no idea what a pain I felt a few days after that. And vinegar put the burnt place, and with slices of tomato nalagah him, said a neighbor, but the wound remains the same, no change. Tell me I am wrong? http://munworks.com/story.php?title=everyone-is-not-always-compatible-with-losing-weight#discuss

Yes, dear Mrs. Das, your entire approach to the treatment of damaged skin is wrong. How dare you put the slices of tomato, the more corrosive to the skin. The burning is the thermal damage of skin from the effects of the intense heat. Very often a person is burned in the kitchen while you cook something or frosts with boiling water, or spray it piping hot oil from the Pan, or touches, without asking, to hand the hot oven. The burns with hot liquids, steam or objects are several degrees. The first is the light in the upper layers of the skin. The second degree is a more serious burns with redness and superficial blemishes, blisters and acute pain. As you said, you are wrong you to treatment and therefore your wound cannot heal. Here's what you should do:

-Cooling the burn site. The icy water, for example, relieves pain and prevents the development of infection.

-Bathe scorched skin stretch for 20 minutes with cold water.

-Staining with fat is not recommended as the fat keeps the heat in the affected area and worsened his condition.

-If it is only slightly, surface burning, the best is the affected area to be left open, since it will regenerate.

-You can also dip a gauze in the solution of water and baking soda (or directly to sprinkle the burned-out area only with soda) and put it on the wound.

-For disinfection and soothing the skin can make and compresses with herbal potions. In a more serious burn be careful not to break these blisters, as this will lead to a rapid spread of infection.

And deep Burns cover loose the affected area with sterile gauze and bandages, and then seek medical help.
http://www.iesa.co/internet/everyone-is-not-always-compatible-with-losing-weight/
Do not burn with iodine and similar strong disinfectants, which rather will aggravate the situation, nor with the slices of tomatoes or bacon, as do some people.

And a folk recipe:

Prepare a mixture of Calendula, St. John's wort, one spoon, and two tablespoons of white lily color. Pour over 500 ml sunflower oil. The mixture is kept 9 days in the dark, and is used for external application in any burns.

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