First Aid burn treatment
Burns can happen any time it's best to keep a first aid kit handy with any necessary element and it is well to known the the first aid of burn treatment. The smallest burn can be intensely painful. Knowing how to treatment to burns with first aid burn treatment can reduce the pain and injury of the patient.
- Remove the person from the burnt place.
- Remove the clothes and jewelery of the person who has got burnt. Or else once the skin swells it will become nearly impossible to remove the clothes and jewelery. Then the affected area should be placed immediately under flow of cold water for at least 15 minutes or until the pain stops.
- If the burn is occurred by electricity then stop the electric power source. Remove that person from the electric part.And check the pulse and breath or heart bet. If don't normal the heart bit don't late take the patient to the hospital.Because this kind of burn don't showing on the over part.
- When then burn is tar or hot plastic burn don't remove it from the burn place because it attached the skin. And take the patient to the hospital.
- If the burn is chemical burn then run lot of cold water over the burn place.And look for other injuries place because the burn may not be the only injury.
Put the wet cloths on the burn for a few minutes every day. Then put on an antibiotic cream for first degree burn.
Make a bandage on the burn area.Take a medicine by nearest doctor advice for relieving the pain.
And take care the patient according to home treatment.
If the burn is third degree then don't waste time go to the doctor as soon as possible.
Caution: Do not put butter or oil on burns. Do not put ice or ice water directly on second- or third-degree burns. If blisters form over the burn, do not break them. These things can cause more damage to the skin.
Don't use fulfill cotton bandage the burnt area.
Five tips for major burns
- Don't remove burned clothing: However, do make sure the victim is no longer in contact with smoldering materials or exposed to smoke or heat.
- Don't immerse large severe burns in cold water: Doing so could cause a drop in body temperature and blood pressure and shock.
- Breathing, coughing or movement: If there is no breathing or other sign of circulation began CPT.
- Elevate the burned body parts: Raise above heart level, when possible.
- Cover the area of the burn: A cool, moist bandage; clean and moist cloth; or moist towels is use cover the area.