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 What is the best way to treat a 2nd degree burn at home?

Answer Treat burns in the following ways:Cool the burned area with moist, clean, cool cloths. Rinse with tap water, and clean with soap and water. Apply a layer of Silvadene cream ( silver sulfadiazine) m... Read More »
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Can a burn from salt and ice give a 3rd degree burn?

Actually, the ice can burn to 3rd degree. Especially easily done with one of those ice packs or gel ice packs attached to the injury with nothing between that and skin. It happened to a nurse I kno... Read More »
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What's the best way to treat a burn?

Put them in ice cold (or as cold as you can get it) water, or just cold tap water immediately. Go buy some burn cream in the pharmacy or see a doctor.
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How to Treat a Burn on My Cat?

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How to Treat a Dry Ice Burn?

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