How to Treat an Infected Burn?

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To treat an infected burn, cover the wound with a cotton pad and wrap a bandage securing the cotton pad on the wound. Clean the wound regularly with soap and water and change the cotton pad every two days.
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1. Cover the wound with a medical-grade cotton pad. 2. Wrap the wound in gauze to hold the cotton pad securely, but not so tight as to affect circulation. 3. Change the gauze and
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Canine yeast infections in the ear cause swelling, itching and pain. You may also see discharge oozing from the infected ear. While cleaning the ear, you will notice a sticky, waxy
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It sounds like a 3rd degree burn. It does not sound infected, but burns are very prone to getting infected. If it continues to get worse you should get it assessed. Keep using Neosporin
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Remove Clothing. If you poured soup on yourself, take the shirt off immediately. If something burned through your pant leg, remove it. Any of this could perpetuate the burning, so
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How to Treat an Infected Burn
Burns are serious injuries that must be handled delicately and carefully. If a burn area becomes infected, the infection can spread and become much more serious than the original burn. You can take a number of steps to treat an infected burn.... More »
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If you have an infected burn you should go to a doctor and have him look at it and tell you how to take care of it. Burns that are infected are very serious. Meanwhile keep it clean and apply an antiseptic cream to it cover it. Burns can cause complications when infected.
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