First-degree burn: The symptoms include redness, minor inflammation (swelling), pain, dry and peeling skin (occurs as the burn heals)
Second-Degree Burn: The symptoms include painful, red, area turns white to touch, mottling, blisters, moist, hairs still present
Third-Degree Burn: The symptoms include waxy and white, charred, dark brown and raised and leathery.
A diagnosis is usually formed based on burn depth. During the physical exam, your doctor will examine your burned skin and determine what percentage of your total body surface area (TBSA) is involved.
Treatment decisions are based on the need to relieve pain, reduce swelling, prevent infection, and promote healing. Depending on the severity of your burn following medicines may be prescribed:
Intravenous (IV) fluids
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