Bubble Burns, Can I Put On A Bandage?
Hello, so yesterday my hands were scalded with hot oil, and some parts began to bubble. Already given medicine with saleb. Now I want to go to school, it doesn’t feel good when I see people, so can I not get a bandage wound? Some say yes, some say not so I’m confused. Please answer as soon as possible, thank you
Burns are injuries arising from heat, either due to steam, liquids, hot objects, gas, or electricity. Handling of burns themselves depends on the severity and extent of the burns that arise. In burns that are severe enough to cause other symptoms such as pain, blisters, blisters or if deeper can cause appear whiter, scorched, numb and others.
In burns that are not too heavy treatment is done by administering antibiotic ointments and oral medication to reduce pain. Try not to use other objects such as teeth, butter or eggs on the wound so as not to cause irritation or infection. If it will close the wound, avoid using cotton because it can stick to the wound and risk becoming an infection. Also try not to solve especially with unclean equipment to avoid infection. If the bubbles are large and disturbing, you can check with your doctor for wound care where the wound will be cleaned and covered using a damp bandage so that it does not stick and prevent infection and help the healing process of burns.
Perform wound care and control routinely and consume drugs that are given regularly so that wound healing can go well. If there is pain, swelling, redness, pus, and other signs of infection, it is necessary to get further treatment immediately. Try later not to scratch the wound that starts to dry to prevent scars.
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