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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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People can typically treat first- and second-degree burns at home.
When temperatures in the Southwestern US climb to over 100 degrees, the pavement can get hot enough to cause second-degree burns in seconds.
Injuries alleged: First- and second-degree burns, scarring
"Second-degree burns are often painful and cause blisters," Reed Caldwell, M.D., assistant professor at the Ronald O.
Summary: The baby was rushed to the hospital in Sharjah with second-degree burns to the face, neck and chest
The fire broke out at around 2am and Mahmood is said to have suffered second-degree burns and smoke inhalation, while his elder brother and their father, also named Ali, aged 50, suffered smoke inhalation.
One hundred patients (mean age, 33 years) hospitalized with third-degree and deep second-degree burns on 10% to 20% of body surface area were given a very low-fat diet and randomly assigned to receive additional olive oil or sunflower oil, to bring total fat content to 20% of total energy intake.
Sa'ad, 32, died in Soroka hospital, where he had been treated for second-degree burns to more than 80 percent of his body.
Dawabsheh, died in Soroka hospital, where he had been treated for second-degree burns to more than 80 percent of his body, the sources added.
The company's Alevicyn SG prescription product, which was produced using the patented Microcyn Technology, is indicated to manage and relieve the burning, itching and pain in various types of dermatoses, including radiation dermatitis, atopic dermatitis as well as pain of first- and second-degree burns.
Prosecutors in Dubai claim the Nepalese woman left the girl with second-degree burns on her thigh.

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