Burn Medicine And How To Properly Treat Burns?
yesterday my husband’s face was hit by hot water because of the spraying water in prestoDok I want to ask the name of a good ointment for burns so that the marks on the face can disappear ?? level 2 n ointment given from rhh skit called meboThank you a lot
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In treating burns, it is important to know in advance about the depth and extent of the burn. If the burn is not too broad and not too deep, then the treatment can usually be done alone at home. There is no specific treatment for burns that are not too deep (no blisters or blisters appear and only reddish skin). You only need to treat the wound openly (no need to be covered with gauze), you may also apply a fragrance-free moisturizing cream, or natural ingredients that have mild antimicrobial properties such as aloe vera or honey for this type of burn (ointment from the hospital may you use also). Make sure the wound is not scratched / rubbed until the skin actually heals. If you want to wash your face, wash carefully using cool water and do not use hard soap and do not rub it harshly.
If there are blisters on the burn, make sure you don't break the blisters that appear. If the burn is large enough, your doctor will usually recommend using an ointment containing antibiotics to prevent infection of the burn and cover the burn with clean, moisturized gauze. If the burn is not too broad and not too deep, antibiotic ointment is not needed because it can slow the healing of the wound. To prevent the appearance of permanent scars on the skin, make sure the blisters are not broken and not rubbed before actually healing.
Further consult with your husband's doctor about how to treat burns at home that is appropriate to the depth and extent of your husband's burns.
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