second-degree burn


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burn causing blisters on the skin and superficial destruction of the dermis

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She slipped and fell on the tracks, incurring second-degree burns to her forearm.
A cave made from sulfuric acid would expand faster, making a larger home as your family increases in size, But you might want to choose one carved from carbonic acid so that you are not treating second-degree burns all the time.
One victim had a cut on his arm; the other had second-degree burns over half his body and was taken to Newhall Memorial.
The 56-year-old Mission Viejo man and 55-year-old Whittier man were taken to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills with first- and second-degree burns, he said.
Welch suffered second-degree burns on her right leg and right shoulder and arms.
THOUSAND OAKS - A 52-year-old man suffered smoke inhalation and second-degree burns Saturday evening when a fast-moving fire swept through an apartment at The Knolls in the 2400 block of Vista Wood Circle, officials said.
He once suffered second-degree burns on his face when he was set on fire and the stunt went awry.
Ralph suffered third-degree burns on his hands, his arms and his right leg, and second-degree burns to his face.
Reed suffered second- and third-degree burns on her arms, hands and fingers and second-degree burns to her face.
Ralph was admitted to the hospital in serious condition with third-degree burns on both of his hands and arms and his right leg, and second-degree burns to his face.
The couple's 42-year-old son, who was also in the house, suffered second- and third-degree burns on his feet and first- and second-degree burns on his forehead before he was brought out.
One hundred patients (mean age, 33 years) hospitalized with third-degree and deep second-degree burns on 10% to 20% of body surface area were given a very low-fat diet and randomly assigned to receive additional olive oil or sunflower oil, to bring total fat content to 20% of total energy intake.
Dawabsheh, died in Soroka hospital, where he had been treated for second-degree burns to more than 80 percent of his body, the sources added.
Sa'ad, 32, died in Soroka hospital, where he had been treated for second-degree burns to more than 80 percent of his body.
Prosecutors in Dubai claim the Nepalese woman left the girl with second-degree burns on her thigh.
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