burn treatment

burn treatment

We all suffer from burns of all kinds, whether they are from work or at home, but the treatment of burns varies according to the degree of the burn, the type of burn, the patient’s age, and a number of other factors, so today we will talk to you in detail.


Most minor burns can be treated at home and recover within a few weeks after proper first aid and wound evaluation. Treatment for large burns may include medications, wound dressings, treatment and surgery in order to control discomfort, remove dead tissue, avoid infection, and reduce the risk of scarring. , and restoration of function are the goals of treatment.


Treatment in specialized burn centers may be necessary for those with serious burns, and large wounds may require repair of skin grafts. Additionally, patients may require months of post-treatment care, including physical rehabilitation and psychological support.

First Aid andMedical Care

After receiving first aid for serious burns, your medical care can include prescription medications and other items that promote healing such as creams . burnAppearance and formation of scars, reducing pain Other treatments include:

Water treatment of burns

 Your medical staff may clean and stimulate the affected tissue using methods such as ultrasonic aerosol therapy. To avoid dehydration and organ failure, you may need intravenous (IV) fluids.

Treating burns with 

burns Healing of burns can be very painful and morphine and anti-anxiety medications may be necessary, especially to change dressings.

Treating burns with lotions and creams

 Your care team may decide on a number of topical medications for wound healing. This is what we offer you with our burn product. It is applied to burns of all degrees and acute wounds caused by injuries and is suitable for every type of skin.

 Instructions for use: 

  • Apply a thin layer to the burn area, 1 mm thick. 
  • Leave the burned area exposed. 
  • If necessary, a light pillow can be used.
  •  should be reapplied Bernie Free Cream 3 times daily; If covered, it should be reapplied twice daily.

 Active ingredients: 

  • shea butter, aloe vera, tea oil, vitamin E, beta-sitosterol 0.25%

Treating burns with dressings

 to help the wound heal Your care team may also use a variety of specialized wound dressings and only dry gauze will likely be used to cover the wound if you are transferred to a burn center.

Treating burns with anti-inflammatory medicines

 You may need intravenous antibiotics if you become infected.

When to visit the hospital

After completing these steps you must determine if additional medical care is needed Visit the accident and emergency (A & E) area of ​​the hospital if you need:

  • Severe burns larger than the size of the victim's hand
  • Burns to the face or neck Or hands, feet, or any joints or genitals that lead to whiteness or burns of the skin.
  • Every burn is from electricity and chemicals.

Ways to treat small burns

Follow these procedures for treating small burns:

  •  Put the burned area under cool (not cold) running water or apply a cool, wet compress.
  •  Avoid using ice Applying ice directly to a burn may aggravate the condition of the tissues.
  • Remove any jewelry or tight rings before the burned area swells. Do this quickly and gently.
  • Avoid blisters as blisters filled with fluid prevent infection.
  •  Clean the area with water if the blisters rupture (gentle soap is optional).
  •  Use an antibiotic cream, however stop using the ointment if a rash appears.
  • Apply a lotion like aloe vera or moisturizer once the burn has cooled completely. This provides relief and prevents drying.
  • Apply a sterile gauze pad to the burn (not the fluffy cotton).
  •  To prevent pressure on burned skin, wrap it loosely. 
  • Bandages block air, relieve discomfort, and protect damaged skin.
  • Use an analgesic for pain relief.

Today we talked in detail about the methods of treating burns, especially that many people will suffer from it. The methods of treatment differ from one burn to another and from one degree to another, but it is certain that immediately after the burn, use water to reduce damage and pain as much as possible, and we advise you in the event that the burns are severe, you should immediately go to the hospital To receive first aid and appropriate treatments.


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