Burns Get More Bloated After Being Given The Ointment?
Hello, I want to ask. It’s been 4 days since my leg got exhausted. Initially I gave bioplacenton. For 4 days regularly I give bioplacenton. But why did the bubbles even bulge and expand? Should I stop using bioplacentin?
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Injuries caused by contact with hot exhaust can range from minor to severe burns. If your wound is blistered and filled with fluid, it is possible that the damage to your skin has reached the dermis layer, or even deeper (grade II or higher). You should not handle this condition yourself at home. Have your wound checked directly with your doctor, surgeon, or skin specialist for evaluation and treatment.
Depending on the depth and surface area of the body that is burned, burns can be treated in various ways. When it is confirmed that there are no dangerous conditions that are potentially life threatening, doctors will generally focus on treating wounds to minimize infection, loss of excessive body heat, and also prevent deeper tissue damage. This wound care can be done as part of an outpatient procedure, or it can even require special surgery.
It is best not to apply any ointment to a burn wound because it has the potential to cause irritation of the burn and also a secondary infection (if not accompanied by good hygiene). It is not impossible, tissue damage will actually be more extensive and more difficult to heal.
We recommend that you check yourself directly to a doctor, surgeon, or skin specialist. You can do the following first steps as a temporary treatment:
Clean burns with NaCl liquid or clean, good quality running water. Do not rub the wound excessively, with any tools. Do not apply or sprinkle anything on the burn. Use loose, comfortable, and clean pants and footwear. Drink more. .