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How to treat chemical burn?

How to treat chemical burn?

Acid or base?: The injury from a chemical burn depends on what caused the burn, how concentrated it was, and how long it was on the tissue until it was washed off. Acid burns tend to be less serious than base (alkali) burns. The best early treatment is copious irrigation. Later on, antibiotics and steroids can help the injury. ...Read more

Chemical Burn (Definition)

An injury caused when a person's body is exposed ...Read more


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How to treat a bleach chemical burns on privates?

How to treat a bleach chemical burns on privates?

>>>stop doing.: Use silvadine cream....better see a PMD for full evaluatioin, depth of injury. ...Read more

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How to treat a chemical burn from salicylic acid?

How to treat a chemical burn from salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid: Stop using it. Call your doc for a substitute. Use tylenol, (acetaminophen) antihistamines (if needed) and cortisone creams. ...Read more

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How can you treat chemical burns?

How can you treat chemical burns?

Depends: Treatment of chemical burns will depend on the type of chemical one is exposed to. In a workplace environment, osha requires that a msds (material safety data sheet) be onsite. The msds will have treatment recommendations for that particular chemical. Also bring a copy of the msds to the emergency room or doctors office. Best to see a doctor for any burns. ...Read more

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How to heal sensitive skin caused by cosmetic chemical burn (anti-acne products)?

How to heal sensitive skin caused by cosmetic chemical burn (anti-acne products)?

Some HC cream helps: Usually, when a person gets over-irritated skin or overly-dry skin after using acne medications, she can decrease or stop the acne medication (if they are over-the-counter, or if her doctor says that is ok to do), and then try some hydrocortisone cream (HC cream) on the irritated areas for a few days. Avoiding too much sun exposure on irritated skin is also helpful. ...Read more

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How to treat finger burns that are possibly third degree?

How to treat finger burns that are possibly third degree?

Professional help: This is not a condition that you should treat at home. Deep second and third degree burns can be a serious problem which can heal with scarring. Seek help from you dermatilogist. ...Read more

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How to remove dark scar due to chemical reaction (salicylic + phenol) ?

How to remove dark scar due to chemical reaction (salicylic + phenol) ?

A problem +/-success: Scars are injury reactions. Using toxic chemical agents, as you mention, induces additional injury. Thus outcome could easily end up worse. Strictly speaking, careful excision ; closure using plastic surgery techniques is best option ; I have personally done lesions with excellent results. However, surgeon is not in control of healing the wound; the body owner is ; great work can easily go bad. ...Read more

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What can soothe a chemical burn from using nair?

What can soothe a chemical burn from using nair?

Burns: If you have suffered a chemical burn it should be evaluated in an urgent care. Depending on the chemical and the location determines the next treatment plans. ...Read more

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How to treat a chemical relaxer burn in the scalp ?

How to treat a chemical relaxer burn in the scalp
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With a physician: Chemical burns of scalp are serious. If it shows redness/inflammation, it's 1st degree. If there is blistering, it's second. If entire outer layer, epithelium is burned, it's third degree. Rx may involve cleansing, topical salves, systemic antibiotics. Never us a hair chemical again on your scalp, the next reaction could be worse. Burns are serious, & u want best chance of healing without scars. ...Read more

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In what way are chemical burns actually treated?

In what way are chemical burns actually treated?

Simple Care: Burns are the response of the tissues to injury. It is simply inflammation which means increase blood flow to the area to promote healing. Depth determines care. Do not use ice worsens already injured skin. Cool water soaks help as can taking anti-inflammation medicines like Motrin or advil (ibuprofen). Avoid any further damage as this can cause scarring . Good skin cream applied daily/gently helps. ...Read more

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How to deal with chemical burns from hair removal cream?

How to deal with chemical burns from hair removal cream?

I suggest: That you go to type in your browser "burn treatment at home" and go to a site that sells creams for superficial burns. Depending on the skin site, try a little vaseline or cold cream. ...Read more

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How can chemical eye burns be prevented?

How can chemical eye burns be prevented?

Eye protection: The use of chemicals that can damage the eyes should be done with eye protection, cautionary activity and constant awareness that these chemicals are dangerous and toxic. There is no way to pre-treat the eye except for protective goggles. If you deal with these regularly, then an eyewash should be close at hand. No matter what the chemical, first flush the eye 10-15 minutes and then to er. ...Read more

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How should I treat a mild chemical burn or allergic skin reaction?

How should I treat a mild chemical burn or allergic skin reaction?

They are different: A mild burn like a red area or blister can be treated with cool moist dressings. Allergic skin reaction need to be evaluated by a medical professional. If very mild a Hydrocortisone cream may help. If it itches an antihistamine may help. Best to have it looked at. ...Read more

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Help please! is alcohol the only chemical used to fight germs?

Help please! is alcohol the only chemical used to fight germs?

No: No, there are many chemicals that can fight germs. Hydrogen peroxide and iodine are two of the commons ones. ...Read more

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How are freon burns to skin treated?

How are freon burns to skin treated?

Depends: It depends on the depth of the burn. For partial thickness burns, they are cleansed and treated with a medicated cream and dressed. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for facial marks after chemical burn with salicylic acid to make those marks fade away?

What is the treatment for facial marks after chemical burn with salicylic acid to make those marks fade away?

UseYourFeetToTreat: The treatment is to get to a cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon,who will decide what to do based upon numerous factors, like age or scars,skin type,type of scarring patterns, how deep,how raised,any "smearing"or altered skin lines,location relative to important landmarks like lip margins,cheek folds, eyelids etc etc etc etc--There is no non-prescription product I am aware of that helps much ...Read more

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How do they treat a chemical burn in your veins associated with chemo?

How do they  treat a chemical burn in your veins associated with chemo?

Different treatments: Some drugs like genzar cause irritation to the veins. Often these are treated with warm soaks after the veins become firm. Other drugs are called vesicants. These cause problems if they get into other tissues. There are several treatments depending on the drug. The past plan is to avoid the problem with a port that is placed in a large blood vessel. ...Read more

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Can chemical peel cause severe irritations of sensitive skin? My skin is very sensitive to various skin care products and environmental factors. I would like to have a chemical peel of my feet and buttocks to rejuvenate my skin and make it smoother. How c

Can chemical peel cause severe irritations of sensitive skin? My skin is very sensitive to various skin care products and environmental factors. I would like to have a chemical peel of my feet and buttocks to rejuvenate my skin and make it smoother. How c

Yes: If you are sensitive to the ingredients in the peel, there is a potential for severe reactions. A skin test on an inconspicuous area should be done before doing the peel on your entire face. Other options are crystal free microdermabrasions, ipls or laser treatments since no chemicals are used. ...Read more

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How can doctors repair severe skin damage from burns?

How can doctors repair severe skin damage from burns?

Variable treatments: depending on burn depth, location of burn and amount of body burned. See: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/emi/2011/161375/ ...Read more