Problem description: I was scalded by boiling water on my thigh yesterday evening. I immediately washed it with tap water for more than ten minutes, but it was still very hot. I bought a burn pain relief ointment to apply it, and I used it this morning. I fixed it with gauze and there were more blisters at night. What should I do? It still hurts to the touch
Date of problem: 2021-05-24
Patient Information: Age: 28 years old, Gender: Female
Problem analysis:Hello, blisters after a scald are a very common phenomenon, and it is related to the local lymphedema caused by the scald.
Guide and suggestion: Now you can use iodophor disinfection, apply scald ointment, apply local cold compress, or take anti-inflammatory drugs to promote the disappearance of blisters. If the blisters continue to increase and increase, you can also use a sterile syringe to extract the liquid from the blisters after disinfection to promote the early disappearance of the blisters.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection