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Burn Hand Pan
Ice: For all burns immediately put ice on it for 15-20 minutes - which can be an ice pack, a bag of frozen vegetables, or whatever is at hand. This will do an amazing amount of good. Do not slather it with butter or vaseline. Protect it thereafter from abrasion. See a doctor if the burn appears deep or the pain is too severe. But always think ice first. ...Read more
Cool water: Use cool/luke-warm water first to stop the burning. Leave blisters intact. Silvadene (silver sulfadiazine) cream is specifically for burns—helps cool & prevent infections—but may be by prescription only. If burn involves much of hand or other large areas, seek emergency help at once to prevent complications. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Apply ice: Ice can help even applied later. The thing to do for any burn, immediately, is to grab a pack of frozen vegetables or an ice pack or ice in a baggie and apply it for 15 minutes to the burned area. This will reduce the pain, limit the spread of the burn, and be of great relief. If you did not do these, or applied oil or butter (useless!), then you will have a painful area to deal with. ...Read more
I have a burn on my hand by a frying pan my doctor gave me solcoseryl u can see the pic on my files
What is the question: What is your question? No I cannot see the picture in this setting. ...Read more
Primary care: The sensation of burning in your hands may be from many problems including diabetes, neuropathy, or nerve compression. Start with your primary care provider to pursue a link to other medical problems. Then you can consult a hand surgeon for a more specific hand evaluation. ...Read more
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