Can Burns Filled With Water And Be Punctured?
Hello, I want to ask. Yesterday I spilled hot water. Initially only red. Eventually it began to blacken and swell with water. The bubble gets bigger when I spread bioplacenton and I cover it using gauze. In panic I asked the brother he said the bubbles were just stabbed to remove water. It is said that markup is the process of removing water that has been absorbed by the skin. After I prick it with a needle that I washed with alcohol before, there will be bubbles tomorrow. What I want to ask is that the action I took was correct? Previously thanks for the time
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Hot spills can cause burns with varying degrees of severity. If your wound is initially reddish, then blackened, and filled with fluid, this condition is likely to be included in degrees I to II burns, where the damage involves the epidermis and dermis. It's best if you don't break the liquid-filled bubble. Because, this action risks causing your burns to be infected secondary. If this is the case, then not only is it reddening, blackening, and bubbling, burns can become pus-filled, give off an unpleasant odor, and extend to other areas of the skin.
If the burn you experience involves a large surface area of the skin, you should not handle it alone. Check with yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon so that you can be given the best treatment. Some types of ointments, creams, drugs, or maybe the treatment of wounds and special surgery can be done according to the doctor's condition.
At this time, here are the initial handling steps that you should take:
Make sure the wound is always clean, not rubbed or rubbed too much
Take a diligent bath, keep your burns dry
Do not use tight clothing, so that the burn does not experience excessive pressure
Clean the burn using sterile gauze moistened with liquid NaCl, do not rub, just lift the dead skin cells and remove dirt from the inside
Do not give any ointment or close burns too tight
Drink more and rest
Hope this helps ...