Wednesday, July 29, 2009

How To Treat Mild Burns

Summer is time for grilling burgers, hot dogs are fun ways to celebrate summer but they also up your odds of getting seriously scorched. If burns causes the skin to blister or tear or is bigger than you hand go to the ER immediately. When your burn is not big or serious, I have a tips for you. How to treat mild burns at home by wrapping a towel around a plastic bag filled with ice and placing it on the wound for 10 minutes. Pain relievers like ibuprofen or acetaminophen will ease discomfort. After icing apply anesthetic cream or antibiotic ointment. Then cover the area with gauze or a bandage to prevent infection and speed healing.

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