CPR Second Degree Burn Treatment

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burn. DON’T break blisters – broken blisters are Treatment for major/severe burns Treatment for minor burns – first and second degree burns no larger than 3 inches in diameter Treatment for burns depends on the type,

First degree burn • Erythema • Pain • Absence of blisters • Sunburn Second degree (Partial thickness) • Red or mottled • Flash burns • Contact with hot Burn Management (continued) Daily treatment • Change the dressing daily

3. Emergency treatment 4. Initial surgery D. FIRST AID RULES 1. Do not get excited. First, Treatment for first Degree Burn 1) Treatment for second degree burn 1)

3. Emergency treatment 4. Initial surgery D. FIRST AID RULES 1. Do not get excited. First, Treatment for first Degree Burn 1) Treatment for second degree burn 1)

INTRODUCTION TO BASIC FIRST AID University of Maryland Department of Environmental Safety FOR LABORATORY INJURIES

Require either CPR or first aid. Have them consider every day, First degree (superficial) b) Second degree (partial thickness) c) Third degree (full thickness) example, if the card says “first degree burn”,

Second Degree Burn: Skin will appear red, blistered and swollen. MEDICAL ATTENTION. Basic first aid treatment for 1st degree & some 2nd degree burns: Submerge burn area immediately in cool water until pain stops. If affected area is perform CPR. IMPORTANT: only a trained & qualified person

& Scissors Burn Gel & Spray Antibiotic Ointment Eye/Skin Buffer/Flushing Solution Ice Pack Nitrile Gloves CPR Mask General Guidance for Injuries No ice or ointments!) Second Degree Burn minor redness of the skin. Treatment for a first degree burn is to run cold water

(fire), moist heat (steam, hot liquids), electricity, chemicals, and radiation (i.e., sunlight). Treatment for burns depends on: The depth of the burn (whether it is first (see "CPR"). and shock Is the burn a second degree burn that has affected more than the outer skin

Third degree burns greater than 5 % Second and third degree burns greater than 20% If patient has no pulse start CPR and attach AED in accordance with “Treatment of the Patient in Percentage and degree of burn(s) Perform a head-to-toe exam.

First Aid and CPR Course Principles of LPSCS Unit VIII Personal and Work Preexisting conditions may affect the severity of the burn 5. Treatment a) Determine the depth, location, and size of Large second degree and third degree burns (1) Cover with a dry, sterile

Patients with burn injuries will receive emergency medical screening and care, Prepare patient for transport to burn treatment center. Protocol Page 2 of 3 Second or third degree burns greater than 10% of body surface area

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