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2nd Degree Burn Healing Stages
Burn healing: Second degree burns are painful and wet. The signs of healing are "buds" of new epithelium that come from deeper glands or hair follicles that were not damaged from the burn. These appear like red islands that coalesce with time. Full thickness burns damage these deeper structures and thus will not show signs of healing and require skin grafting to replace the damaged skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After the injury: Then the hemorrhage and inflammatory stage starts which elaborates many types of growth factors stimulating cytokine activity, angiogenesis, phagocytosis, collagen cross-linking and epitheliaization all of which leads to healing so long as continued injury, contamination or infection is controlled and any chronic disease states like diabetes and vascular disease are controlled. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burn Healing: A second degree burn is generally indicated by the presence of blisters and the area is painful. Unless the burn is very small you should get medical attention to evaluate the severity of the burn and to receive appropriate care so the burn wound will heal properly with minimal scarring. Some deep second degree burns may require surgical treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kind of tricky: This question is a little tricky, because i don't know how you got the burn in the first place? Some people burn themselves when they are intoxicated -- makes it more likely to have accidents. Also, i agree with dr. Weiner about the dehydration part. If you can't hold off drinking while your body heals from this burn, better take a look at your use of alcohol. Best wishes in getting well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I sweat (work out) with a healing 2nd degree burn? It's been a week and it is healing slightly, starting to scab but is very sensitive still.
Depends: The details are everything. Exactly where is the burn? How large? What kind of work out? What have you done for it? ...Read more
I have a 2nd degree burn. It was red and blistered but now it is peeling and not painful. Is this a good sign it's healing?
I'm being treated for a 4"x12" 2nd degree burn on my stomach +7 days now. Will going back to my active job inhibit the healing process?
I have a very small 2nd degree burn on one finger & it's healing. The skin there is reddish pink. To prevent scarring, should I use aloe vera?Vit A+D?
2nd degree burn from boiling water on foot 6 days ago blister popped 3 ago and got very painful. Although healing, it's painful to walk. Any concerns?
Infection: Infection would be my #1 concern.Get a more detailed answer ›
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