Handling Methods To Deal With Burns On The Hands?
At noon, about an hour ago my hands were exposed to hot oil splashes until a reddish burn appeared on my skin and there were small bubbles. Shortly after my hands were exposed to hot oil I immediately flowed tap water then I gave bioplacenton. Is that true because my hands still hurt. thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Burns are conditions of damage to body tissue that occur due to the effects of heat, chemicals, flammable gases, hot steam, explosives, radiation or electricity. Depending on the severity, burns are divided into three degrees.
First degree burns are burns that only affect the outer skin. The hallmark is reddish, dry and painful skin. Examples are people who are too long to bask in the sun. To this degree of lightness, a burn can heal by itself.
Second-degree burns are characterized by deeper damage and reddish appearance, blisters, blisters, swelling, and pain. At this stage, treatment is needed but does not require surgery or surgery.
Third degree burns are the most severe burns with the deepest depths. The skin becomes white, rough, and can also appear scorched, visible inside the body, and numbness. If this has happened, treatment is needed in the form of surgery and surgery.
In your condition, with redness and small bubbles, you get into a second degree burn. The first aid you do is correct by giving cold or normal-flowing water and ointment. But after giving this first treatment, you should see a doctor for further treatment. Do not give home remedies such as ice cubes, toothpaste, butter, eggs, cotton or the like to burns because this can actually make the burn worse. So, hopefully answering your question.