2 edition of Treatment of Burns found in the catalog.
Treatment of Burns
William W. Monafo
by Warren H. Green
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
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The burn penetrates all layers of the skin. The skin is leathery or charred looking, with white, brown, or black patches. The person is an infant or a senior.
Put out fire or stop the person's. A burn is tissue damage that results from scalding, overexposure to the sun or other radiation, contact with flames, chemicals or electricity, or smoke inhalation.
Protect the burned person from further harm. If you can do so safely, make sure the person you're helping is not in contact with the source of the burn. Burns are one of the most common household injuries, especially among children.
Most people can recover from burns without serious health consequences, depending on the degree of injury. We’ll. This book takes that presentation and spreads it out in minute detail for a real look at what the clinician experiences when working with burns.
Varied approaches to various aspects of treatment are presented that offer treatment options. Recommended for the clinician who wishes to by: First Aid Book; First Aid Training Resources Treatment of burns.
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