Exposed To Hot Iron To Blister?
Hello, good night … I am 1 year old in the afternoon with a hot iron until finally his hands are blistered, curled almost every finger, please help with the info on how to treat it so that the smpe will not burst too painful … sad look I feel guilty because I feel guilty already cared for.trims
Exposed to hot iron and cause blisters, are included in the category of degree 2 burns, because in this condition burns occur in the deeper part of the skin of the epidermis.
Medications that should be given immediately when affected are:
Cool the affected skin, using cold running water.
After a short period of cooling, antibiotic ointments and pain medications can be given.
Not recommended to use toothpaste, certain oils, butter, eggs, and others
Blisters are not recommended to be broken, but if they break later, keep the skin clean around the blisters to prevent infection.
Next you should take your child to the doctor for medical treatment if necessary, and be given treatment.
If extensive burns, immediately take it to the doctor. If not, then the steps above can help you.
Thus, hopefully useful.