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Tea burn at home

58 year old diabetic female kco varicose veins with tea burns. pls suggest treatment and management

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Scald lower limb due to fall of hot tea Reddish colouration of the surrounding skin. Apply ice over the area to prevent to go to deeper Apply xylocaine jelley 2% locally to reduce the burning sensation Antibiotic broad spectrum Anti inflammatory Analgesic sos Nothing to do for varicose veins as there is least chance to affect varicose veins.
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Scald lower limb due to fall of hot tea Reddish colouration of the surrounding skin. Apply ice over the area to prevent to go to deeper Apply xylocaine jelley 2% locally to reduce the burning sensation Antibiotic broad spectrum Anti inflammatory Analgesic sos Nothing to do for varicose veins as there is least chance to affect varicose veins.
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Accidental burn injury due to hot tea Cold compression. Silver sulfadiazine oint locally over burn area. Xylocaine gel locally HS. Inj TT 0.5 ml I'm stat Inj DICLO 1 amp im sos. Antibiotics Analgesic antiflamatory. Puncture of blisters by sterile needle and mupriocin oint locally. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.
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Scald burn injury Needs urgent icepacks as long as possible so that blisters can be stopped but if appears than will require deroofing And dressings with bactigrass Keep control on diabetes strictly Broadspectrum antibiotics Antiinflamatory Check vitals bp and electrolytes
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Diabetes to be under strict control Inj tetglob SC stat Antibiotics orally Silver sulfadizine oint over burnt area Nsaid orally
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2nd degree burn , Ibuprofen 100 mg Control DM, Antibiotics ointment Aloe vera cream to soothe the area
Diabetes should be controlled, broad spectrum antibiotic, analgesic,dressing with silver sulphadiazine
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SUGGESTIVE OF SCALDS.... SECOND. DEGREE... BURNS..
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Secondary Degree burn Tab. Zerodol sp Tab. Aagomantin duo Silver sulfadiazine with xylocaine ointment over
Suggest. Siverex cream. Locally. Lox 2%. Locally
Vericosa vein with tea burns

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