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I can't live without an electric...A Study on the Method of Step-by-Step Response of 'Fire' in Winter

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เมื่อ: 2019-01-28 13:58:49
From easy-to-carry hot packs to electric heaters. It is easy to relax with warm energy, but always remember that burn risks are high as it is an object that spews heat.



Once burnt, cool the wound with cold water several times to cool it down. Even though it may seem like a simple process, it has a great impact on future outcomes of treatment. Burns are classified into 1 to 3 degrees depending on the depth of damage. Let's take a look at each step of the response.



■ 1Creative image that can be treated at home



The first wave is swollen with heat, and most of the time, it will get better when applied with appropriate ointment. However, one or two days of careful observation is necessary, and it is safe for a child to come to the emergency room to receive treatment if the burn area is wide or he blames his face, hands, feet, and genitals.



■ As a result of blistering, medical treatment is required.



In addition to the redness of the skin, the second wave has blisters and burning pain. At this stage, you must receive treatment for disinfection in the hospital. Throwing away blisters can make the wound worse due to bacterial infection.



Inpatient treatment is necessary if you have a full body burn of 2 degrees, not just a part of your skin. "The two-degree burns can cause serious dirt from the skin that has been stripped, easily become infected, and damage to the internal organs due to poor general conditions," said Le Ree Jong, director of the Health Promotion Board of Korea's Health Management Association.



■ 3D picture images that are difficult for natural healing



The three-degree burn has been damaged, hardened like leather, and left a burn deep inside the skin. This step is hard to expect the wound to recover naturally. Most of them undergo hospitalization and restore operations by removing damaged tissue.



■ Easy to get hit by 'low temperature'



Low-temperature burn occurs between the images we wear when we are constantly exposed to temperatures between 45°C and 50°C that our bodies feel warm. People with thin skin should be more careful not only for children but also for older people with thin skin as well as for diabetes, which is common in winter due to hot packs and electric boards.



Electric plates should be used on blankets to prevent direct contact with the skin, and hot packs should be covered with handkerchiefs or clothing. It is safe to check if your skin swells red and to receive treatment at a hospital if symptoms are severe.



TIP. How to deal with burns in winter!



1. Never open a blister and do not spray lotion, soybean paste, soy sauce, or soju.



2. Remove jewelry such as watches, rings, and necklaces as soon as possible before their skin swells.



3. Ice may temporarily reduce pain, but frostbite risk may prevent it.



4. Young children should be careful when they put cold water in the wound, as it can cause hypothermia due to lower body temperature. It is safer to spill cold water on the wound several times and get immediate medical treatment.



5. Wrap hot packs in handkerchiefs and take them out for a while when they are too hot.온라인경마





6. Electric plates are used on a bed of blankets and change positions frequently so that they do not last long on one skin.

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