Second degree burns on feet, 1%, first degree burns on leg and arm, 2-5%. at what point is additional medical assistance needed? 25 y/o male, 165cm, 48kg
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1-2% second degree burns on feet
Close observation of feet is recommended . Otherwise symptomatic treatment of all burns is required.
Needs to been seen, if you are living in NY or PA , look me up on health tap
David Israel, MD
David Israel, MD
What kind of burns are they?. Thermal, chemical or electrical? Majority tend to be thermal injury such as hot water/oil. Most burns can be treated with daily dressing change and application of silvadene or bacitracin ointment to prevent infection. In addition, any burns on vital areas such as hands or feet should be evaluated at least by a primary care physician if not at a burn center. Most second degrees burns, especially if they are more superficial will heal without incident. Deeper second degree and certainly third degree burns can heal with scarring. Finally make sure your tetanus vaccination is up to date.