Is Coconut Oil good for Burns? Yes, of course it works well for treating burns and it is mostly commonly used as a topical treatment for burns in most of the coconut cultivated countries. Method – 1: (Coconut Oil) This process uses coconut oil alone for treating burns and its symptoms.
Burn Wounds - treat light wounds with cool water, bigger wounds with cold, damp wraps after calling ambulance. Do not remove fabric or other things stuck to the wound to avoid bleeding, clothes, jewellery, watches etc. that are not stuck to the wound should be removed.
Thermal Burns Fire: obtain CO levels Industrial fire: suspect CN toxicity Superficial: similar to sunburn Superficial partial: red, painful, blisters Deep partial: white, leathery, painless Full-thickness: charred, insensate Rule of 9s Parkland formula: 4 mL/kg × % total BSA burned (pediatrics give 3 mL/kg); 50% given in first 8 hours, remainder over 16 hours Target urine output: 0.5-1 mL/kg/h in adults; 1-2 mL/kg/h in children Consider escharotomy for circumferential and full-thickness…
First Aid for Burns. B&W Ointment is a really useful product that can supplement hospital care for severe burns, read more about it here: http://insidefirstaid.com/personal/first-aid-kit/burn-and-wound-ointment-bw-an-all-natural-burn-treatment #first #aid #burns #medical #emergency #ointment