first aid for burns

@icecubic (1850)
December 22, 2009 7:38am CST
Burns can occur anywhere from splashing oil until scalded. usually used first aid burns go round the flush, What is the right way?
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@DenverLC (1146)
• Philippines
23 Dec 09
I am using toothpaste colgate to be particular whenever I got a burn, it sounds weird maybe but it is effective.Dont try it intentionally of course.
• India
22 Dec 09
the best first aid for burn would be to wash the area in running water and apply ice cubes to take away the instant heat in the area .even some say applying potato slices help.keep "burnol" handy.
• India
22 Dec 09
Hi, You was correct, the burn can occur anywhere. I have found in a article regarding the treatment for sudden burns. Pouring water and make them to lying on the banana leaf will make comfortable. Happy mylotting. Have a nice day.
@cream97 (29154)
• United States
22 Dec 09
Hi, icecubic. The only first aid that I can think of is to use something cold like a cool cloth. An ointment works well too. The right way to treat a burn is to use the appropriate solution that targets burns. For a severe burn, it is best to consult with a doctor.