Don't Do This on Iron Burners or Mufflers

Muhammad Jafar Siddiq

Friday, 05 July 2019

Don't Do This on Iron Burns or Mufflers – When doing something you must be careful
and remain vigilant about the environment. If careless
just a little, it will cause an accident and it could be an accident
quite serious. Example,
when someone is walking near a motorcycle and accidentally
his foot nudged the exhaust that was still very hot. This can cause
burns and must immediately handle the burn.

Get to know the types

In medical science, injuries
fuel is usually distinguished based on the level of damage to the body. Three types of burns include burns
first degree, second degree burns and third degree burns. First degree burns
Compared to other burns, first-degree burns are the lightest burns and the damage to the skin is not so severe. Maybe those of you who feel it will immediately feel pain and heat on the skin affected by an iron or exhaust. The skin will turn red and in some cases can swell. This happens because of the heat in which is caused by objects that heat hurt the upper skin layer (epidermis).

Second degree burns
Exhaust burns or hot irons are usually included in the category of second-degree burns. The heat will penetrate up to several layers of skin under the epidermis and cause pain, heat, swelling, and blistering of the skin. On blistered skin, there will appear a kind of fluid-filled bubbles (pus). Do not break these bubbles intentionally because the skin will easily be exposed to infection in the area of ​​the burn.

Third degree burns
Burns that can damage the entire skin layer and the tissues inside are known as third-degree burns or can be caused by the most severe burns. Unlike first and second degree burns, usually when you get burns you won't feel pain or pain. Third-degree burns are characterized by blackened skin due to charred or white and dry due to scorching.

First aid
on Exhaust Burns or Iron When heat exhausts or irons occur, you should
contact health facilities to get professional care. If experiencing
second or third degree burns. Even though there was no direct contact
with fire, heat the iron can reach 200 degrees Celsius and exhaust heat
the average is 300 degrees Celsius.
Usually the doctor will give
a recipe for collagenase ointment, saline solution, and painkillers. If
infection, may need antibiotics. Therefore it is necessary
keep in mind that the following actions are only the first treatment when something happens
similar, not the main treatment for healing burns.
Things you can't do on burns may have heard of several other ways
to handle exhaust burns or irons. One method that is quite popular is by applying toothpaste or
toothpaste in burns because the cold sensation will relieve the wound. However,
it turns out that ways that are often heard may not necessarily cure burns.
Some of them can actually cause complications and dangers
skin. The following are things that should not be done at the time
exhaust or iron. Direct flow of cold water (not ice water) for about 20 minutes on the injured skin before the skin begins to blister. Water will prevent heat from entering the deeper layers of the skin.
Prepare a soft cloth or commonly called kassa which has been moistened with cold water. Then tap the cloth on the burn slowly. Be careful when attaching cloth to the wound because usually the burn will feel sore.
To regenerate skin tissue and relieve pain, apply a burn ointment that can be bought at the nearest pharmacy. On injured skin. Choose a burn ointment containing natural ingredients such as the rhizome of Coptidis (Coptidis rhizome), the stem of Phellodendri (Phellodendri chinensis), the root of Scutellariae (Scutellariae radix), and sesame oil.
Do not allow burns to be wide open or exposed to friction with cloth or other objects. Wrap a burn with a sterile wound cover (sterile gauze) and loose dressing. Doing so must be treated twice a day for wounds until the wound improves.
Applying Odol (Toothpaste) to Burns In Indonesia, usually the first aid given if someone
nudge the exhaust by removing toothpaste or toothpaste on the wound
burn. Apparently, this method must be avoided. According to experts at Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of
Medical Sciences, distributing toothpaste can actually aggravate the wound. Toothpaste
contains mint and calcium which are at risk of expanding infection and harm
skin tissue affected by burns.
Applying Butter to Burns To treat burns, there are also those who apply butter to the wound
burn. There are some people who believe that applying wounds with butter can
keep skin from the air and bacteria that cause infection. However, this method is dangerous
because butter smeared on the wound will block air circulation.
As a result, the temperature of the heat is trapped inside and the skin layer will feel even more burning.
Compressing Burns with Ice Cubes Many also believe in the method of compressing burns
using ice cubes can help cool the heat on the skin. In fact, the temperature on ice cubes ranges from 0 to -4
degree Celsius. With this cold temperature, blood circulation can actually
Stop. This can cause frostbite on
burns and can damage the skin.

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