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General ConsiderationsPre-Hospital Care and Emergency Management of Burn VictimsResuscitationAssessment, Operative Planning and Surgery for Burn Wound ClosureAnesthesia for Burned PatientsNutrition in Burn PatientsInfection in BurnsMultiple Organ FailureInhalation InjuryNonthermal BurnsBurn ReconstructionDaily Work.

14 Feb 2020 ... ... for example, but take care not to rub it against the burnt area; cover the burn by placing a layer of cling film over it – a clean plastic bag could ... Treatment for Minor Burn. Page Content. Minor burns are the most frequent kind of burn that you will see. They are not very difficult to treat. Minor ...

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