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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 required more effort to treat: the process begins with draining the blisters, applying an antibiotic and then dressing the burn in nonstick dressing and gauze once a day until it is healed, as (https://www.
The younger son suffered second-degree burns and is in the Intensive Care Unit on a ventilator.
Medical reports showed that the baby girl had second-degree burns caused by a clothes iron, not from hot water.
A 20-year-old was caught up in the crossfire of a flare, sustaining second-degree burns.
The incident resulted in second-degree burns on his chest, ear and back, the only areas where he applied the sunscreen.
The general rule of severity defines greater than 30 percent first-degree burns, greater than 20 percent second-degree burns and greater than 10 percent third-degree burn is considered severe and victims should seek the attention of a medical professional.
The juveniles - two boys and one girl - suffered first- and second-degree burns as a result of the fire and explosion, police said.
The chief ended up with second-degree burns on a hand, both legs, the left side of his face, his nose and lips.
There, it was determined that she had second-degree burns to the vaginal and urethral surfaces.
The 23-year-old victim suffered second-degree burns and was recovering in a clinic.
Under the supervision of a health-care professional, it is indicated for pressure ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers, first- and second-degree burns, skin tears, grafted wounds, donor sites, and surgical wounds where infection exists or threatens.
Second-degree burns - these extend to the layer below the epidermis (the dermis), causing pain, redness, and blisters that may ooze.

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