Burn

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Burn

1. In printing, the time at which an image is put on a plate.

2. In film, a ghost of an image that remains after the image has disappeared.
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Second-degree burns on his face, arms, hands, legs and feet.
SPRINGFIELD - The first of several fundraisers will be held today to help cover the medical costs of Lisa Rulien, a 22-year-old Springfield woman who suffered extensive second-degree burns while vacationing in Northern California over Memorial Day weekend.
An inquest at Leamington Town Hall yesterday heard that Gillian Blann suffered second-degree burns over 90 per cent of her body.
One tanker holds enough gas to heat about three million homes for four and a half days--or if the tanker were hit by a rocket, the spilled gas could vaporize and ignite in the air, causing second-degree burns and damaging buildings a mile away.
The Wound Dressing is indicated for the management of chronic skin wounds including decubitus (pressure) ulcers, venous stasis ulcers and diabetic ulcers as well as second-degree burns and post-radiation dermatitis.
Hamadeh suffered shrapnel wounds and second-degree burns but was in stable condition after four hours of reconstructive surgery on his face, the American University Hospital said.
Two workers were taken to a hospital with first- and second-degree burns.
The youngster staggered to a neighbour's house for help and was taken to the University Hospital of North Durham suffering from second-degree burns.
He suffered fractures to an arm and hip, together with second-degree burns from the electrical wires.
Second-degree burns occur when the first and second layers of skin have been burned.
He only gave up his vain battle after suffering 40 per cent second-degree burns.
It is used for moistening absorbent wound dressings and for debriding and cleaning acute and chronic dermal lesions, such as Stage I-IV pressure ulcers, stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers, post-surgical wounds, first- and second-degree burns, abrasions and minor irritations of the skin.

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