first-degree burns


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first-degree burns

[ˌfɜːstdɪgriːˈbɜːnz] NPLquemaduras fpl de primer grado
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The driver has first-degree burns on his hands, legs and partly on the face.
n On March 25 Filipina Marita Saira suffered first-degree burns when a gas cylinder exploded as she was cooking on the first floor of Dr Jamal Al Zeera Clinic, in Isa Town, where she worked as a receptionist.
from Comoros Island, is believed to have suffered first-degree burns and was taken to hospital by her family and then transferred to Al Qasimi Hospital as her condition was reported to be critical over the past days.
In another incident in Sharjah the same day, two workers received first-degree burns.
The brothers suffered first-degree burns on different parts of their bodies, including thighs, back and abdomen.
I was taken to the emergency room where I was treated for first-degree burns on my face, second-degree burns on my hands and put on 100 percent oxygen for toxic smoke inhalation.
I'm grateful to have been pulled out of the fire but now I'm dealing with first-degree burns.
he emerged with a few cracked ribs and first-degree burns on his feet.
and European testing protocols for safe touch temperature, preventing the first-degree burns one would normally expect within five seconds of skin contact.
The pensioner suffered first-degree burns to her right arm and right thigh.
It remains unclear whether England will follow suit and ban unmanned salons, which have been involved in a string of incidents of young children and teenagers suffering first-degree burns after using the powerful, unattended equipment.
Jill McRae, whose daughter Kirsty suffered first-degree burns from a coin-operated sunbed in Barry, said: "It suggests that the crux of the matter has not been fully understood, which is contrary to what the whole campaign was about.