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How should scald blister be handled in winter?

How should scald blister be handled in winter? Skin scald is often encountered in daily life. The lightest scald is to hurt the epidermis, the skin is slightly red and swollen, hot pain, this is called 'once scald'. What's more serious is the blistering and unbearable pain caused by skin scald, which is called 'second degree scald'. If the skin is burnt and the flesh is rotten, and the pain is completely lost, the ruddy muscles can be seen. This is called 'third degree scald'.

The emergency treatment after scalding is to wash the scalded area with clean water or tap water immediately, which can reduce the local temperature, relieve pain and swelling, and prevent blistering. The longer the washing time, the less damage caused by scald. The scope of washing is larger than that of scald, which can prevent the expansion of scald. Take off or cut off the coat immediately before washing to avoid skin damage. If there is no running water, soak it in well water quickly. This step is timely and effective, which can lay a good foundation for future treatment.

After washing, the scald cream can be applied on the scalded area, or the cool oil or egg white can be applied on the scalded skin, which can not only protect the skin, but also promote the rapid repair of the damaged skin.

For two degree burns, wash the skin after water, then disinfect with alcohol or Baijiu, puncture the blister with disinfectant needles, and then use gentian violet to remove the blister fluid. No bandage is needed, so that the wound will naturally expose, dry and scab. For third degree scald or multiple large area scald, immediately send to the hospital for treatment after washing.

After reading the above content, you should have some understanding of how to deal with the problem of scald blistering in winter. More topics about how to deal with scald blistering will continue to be introduced in the following article. Welcome to check. Wish you a happy life!