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please answer me. is a burn with blisters count as a second degree burn?

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Dr. Zahid Niazi
Cosmetic Surgery 39 years experience
Yes, it can be: Yes, it can be. Usually a deeper burn will not blister as all the skin elements are burnt at the site of injury and cannot respond to form a blister.

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What should I wash my second degree burn with?

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Should I pop the blisters from second degree burn?

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Great Question: Not even all burn units agree on this. However, i would suggest that you don't pop it, but have it seen by an appropriate specialist.

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