BURNS

Skin burns are injuries to the soft tissues and adjacent structures of the skin and can be caused by chemicals, radiation, electric current, or physical agents. The treatment to follow will depend on the severity of the injury.

OBJECTIVE:

Restore the health and condition of damaged tissue, either by natural cell regeneration or by skin grafts.

RESULTS THAT CAN BE ACHIEVED:

Cosmetic results may vary, depending on factors such as the severity of the wound and the type of graft applied. They are usually very satisfactory.

OPERATIONAL AND POSTOPERATIVE ASPECTS

  • Local, general or regional anesthesia is given, depending on the size of the wound.
  • Hospitalization will depend on the cause and size of the wound.
  • During recovery, you should: Keep donor and recipient areas clean. Bandage the area to provide the necessary support to the graft. Use mild lubricant for the skin. Do not expose to the sun for a period of 18 months.

INCONVENIENCE:

Temporary inflammation, redness, pain that is controlled with common medications.

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