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Synonyms for burnt

ruined by overcooking

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treated by heating to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point

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destroyed or badly damaged by fire

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Data was collected regarding demographic details of the patient, area burnt, place of injury, details of first aid, if any, application of any traditional remedies, and monthly income of parents along with their educational level and previous knowledge of first aid.
Distribution of Patients according to Burn Characteristics Total Body Surface Area Burnt TBSA (%1 No (%) 0-10 96 (9.45) 11-20 108 (10.63) 21-30 147 (14.47) 31-40 119 (11.71) 41-50 213 (20.96) 51-60 78 (7.68) 61-70 61 (6) 71-80 72 (7.09) 81-90 54 (5.31) 91-100 68 (6.7) Burn Depth Superficial 119 (11.71) Varying (Superficial to Deep) 897 (88.29) Place of Burn Injury Home 827(81.4) Work Place 148 (14.57) Others 41 (4.03) Table 3.
In India, more than 1,000,000 people are moderately or severely burnt each year.
Twenty-four patients sustained flame burns, nine hot water scalding, four were burnt by a hot surface, one patient by a chemical burn, and one by hot oil.
In the present study, 82% houses did not have a proper and safe kitchen and therefore, children got burnt while, confined to a single room where cooking was also taking place.
Gently remove any rings, watches, belts, shoes and burnt or smouldering clothing before the tissue begins to swell.