The Affected Skin Burns Hard After Being Given A Red Drug?
hello doctor a week ago my skin was exposed to the exhaust, a few days later the skin turned brown and then swollen .. after it broke by itself came out liquid (does not feel pain / sore at all) .. and when it was deflated my shower accidentally burned skin that was burned was rubbed so exfoliate all the burned skin, after that I put the Chinese red medicine Die Da Yao Jing (in the hope that the wound will dry quickly)
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Burns can occur if the body is exposed to hot temperatures such as fire, boiling liquids, other hot objects and can also occur due to extreme cold temperatures.
Burns on the skin are divided into 3 degrees, namely:
Degree 1: appear reddish only
Degree 2: redness of the skin accompanied by fluid bubbles. In this degree pain is often felt
Degree 3: regarding the deepest layers of the skin, burnt skin is brownish white and generally does not feel pain because the nerve fibers come damaged.
Based on the burns that you experience, the skin that is burned due to exhaust until a liquid bubble appears is included in degree 2. In this type of burn, handling by keeping the wound moist is primary. As for creams for burns, antibiotic ointments to prevent secondary infections and creams prescribed by doctors are very helpful to stimulate new tissue growth.
The use of Chinese red medicine that you use is likely to be one of the factors that make your complaints feel. Red medicine is an herbal product that is mixed with other chemicals that are not sure safe to use for wound care. Therefore, the following steps can be taken to help reduce complaints:
Stop using the red drug
Wash with clean water and apply a burn cream that you can buy at the pharmacy.
Try to keep the wound moist / moist so that the healing process goes well.
If the wound is not wide, there is no need for a bandage. Bandages are used if you are not sure to avoid the risk of infection
Be sure not to give anything like toothpaste, butter, ice, rubbing oil, etc. that aims to speed healing
Immediately do a check with the nearest doctor if the complaint doesn't get better or gets worse. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps