The most common causes of minor superficial burns are sunburns and minor thermal injuries.
Guidelines from the American Burn Association provide a reliable road map for the assessment and treatment of these challenging injuries
Some individuals develop hyponatremia when on a diuretic — not because the sodium level is diluted, but because the diuretic causes the sodium to be excreted with the excess fluid.
Is it best to remove intact blisters on new second-degree burns or leave them alone?
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