General information about burns

First degree burn in a child and an adult: signs and what to do

One of the most common domestic injuries is a 1st degree burn. Consider its types, causes, pathogenesis, symptoms, as well as methods of treatment and prevention.

Skin burn 3 degrees: chemical, thermal

Such a serious injury, as a burn of the third degree, is characterized by deep damage to the layers of the skin with the formation of areas of their necrosis. In addition to the skin, you can also suffer from muscle tissue, and even bone.

Second degree burn

When a diagnosis is made - a burn of 2 degrees, this means that the damage to the skin affected not only the upper horny layer of the epithelium, but also the underlying epidermal layers (eleidinous, granular, prickly), but the cells of the basal layer did not affect the destruction.

Burn disease

Burn disease - a set of violations of the functions of various organs and systems arising from extensive burns. Burn disease has the following periods: burn shock, acute burn toxemia, a period of purulent-septic complications and convalescence.