Hot Hand Defines Skin Burns - Throughout training and their careers, doctors and nurses have become accustomed to terms such as 2nd and 3rd degree burns — terms that are still widely used today. But now, new classifications are beginning to be used. #skinburn @MYanatoMY Blog
Hang this on your wall for emergencies. Skin Burn Severity Enlarged anatomy poster depicts new skin burn classifications and Rule of Nines for burn trauma centers, EMT/EMS and paramedic schools. Dermatology chart for doctors and nurses. #clinicalposters
Skin burn injuries and burn wounds are common, with over one million burn injuries occurring every year in the United States. Skin burns can result from exposure to several possible sources, including hot water or steam, hot objects or flames, chemicals, electricity, or overexposure to the sun.
3 Amazing Herbs for Burns: Calendula, Comfrey & Tea Tree
Easy Homemade Salve for Burns with comfrey, coconut oil, beeswax, olive oil and some essential oils. Discover powerful herbs for burns, and make your own healing salve: http://www.optiderma.com/articles/how-do-you-treat-burns-herbal-remedies/