1st degree Burns

  • First degree burns cause minimal skin damage.
  • superficial burns
  • they effect the outermost skin level.
Signs of a first-degree burns are

  1. Redness
  2. Minor swelling
  3. Dry peeling of the skin is a sign its healing.

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2nd degree burns

2nd degree burns are more serious because this burn goes further than the top level of skin.
  • superficial partial
  • This causes skin to blister up. and become More red.
  • bandaging is required to prevent problems.
However, you should seek emergency medical treatment if burns affect :

  • The face
  • hands
  • buttocks
  • groin
  • feet
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3rd degree burns

Third-degree burns are the worst burns.They cause the most damage, extending through every layer of skin.

  • Damage can even reach the bloodstream, major organs, and bones, which can lead to death.
  • Some 3rd degree burns are so bad they don't have a feeling because of the nerves their damaged.Depends how it happen and where it happened
  • Deep partial
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