Skin Like Pimples And Blackened On Burn Scars?

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Right a week ago my feet flushed with hot water and continued 2 days after the incident my skin blew up, what I want to ask about is that it doesn’t break, even deflates, is it dangerous? Continue to skin that is not exposed to the bladder, there are white spots like zits and zit, and it keeps on gatel again why is that?

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Burns occur due to skin tissue exposed to heat so that damage occurs from the level of the upper layer of the skin to the tissue under the skin. This level will describe the clinical condition of the wound, and is known as the degree of burn. There are 3 degrees of burns, each degree requires different treatment. The degree of the burn is:
1. Degree one, marked with the skin still intact but looks red and feels sore. At this first degree, damage occurs in the upper layer of the skin (epidermis layer). An example is sunburn. These degree wounds can heal on their own without special treatment.
2. Second degree, marked by the skin becomes red, blisters, blisters, bullae and feels sore. In second-degree burns, damage occurs to the dermis layer. These degree injuries require medical treatment, such as antibiotics and painkillers.
3. Degree three, marked by the skin being white until charred and numb. In this degree, damage occurs in all layers of the skin even to the tissue under the skin. Surgical treatment, which is a skin graft, is needed to restore damaged skin. Patients really need treatment in the hospital, because sufferers are at risk of experiencing severe dehydration to shock and the wound is at risk of infection. Later in hospital patients will get injectable antibiotics and fluid therapy.
Regarding your question, it looks like the wound that occurred was a second degree burn. Bula that deflate is not a problem, this is due to the fluid inside the Bula absorbed by the body's own tissues. Later the epidermal layer of skin that bulges to form bullae, will dry up and then break away and the skin will be replaced by new skin tissue. Likewise with the skin in the form of white and black dots that feel itchy. This condition does not need to worry, where the itchy point occurs due to deeper skin tissue damage. Later the itching will disappear by itself which indicates damaged tissue has been repaired. Meanwhile, white and black spots will appear to the surface of the skin until it disappears due to peeling along with the epidermis. To speed healing and prevent infection, you can apply antibiotic ointment.
Thus hopefully useful.

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