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Burst my Bubble - 8/29/2016
What type of burn is this? How would you treat it?

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8/31/2016
Anonymous
third degree?
8/31/2016
Anonymous
2nd degree - treat with silvadine
9/25/2016
Anonymous
Hmm. Saw the moderator answer. Here is a thought. Some like to not pop. That seems more ideal however what is the chance that the client more then likely will accidentally pop it on their own. Therefore why not pop and treat now while the environment can be more controlled then an accident bump and pop while out and about and increase contamination risks?
9/26/2016
Anonymous
Scald
9/26/2016
Anonymous
2nd degree
3/25/2017
Anonymous
second
 
     
   
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