third-degree burns


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third-degree burns

[ˌθɜːddɪgriːˈbɜːnz] nplustioni fpl di terzo grado
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Summary: The little boy suffered third-degree burns after the maid poured drainage acid on him.
Second degree painfully penetrates several underlying layers, and third-degree burns injure all layers of the skin and can result in shock.
Sadly, the prognosis for survival worsens when a cat incurs second and/or third-degree burns on more than 40 percent of his body.
But the fire exploded in his face giving him third-degree burns over 45 per cent of his body.
Third-degree burns affect the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.
At 135 to 140[degrees]F, it takes an elderly person only 5 to 6 seconds to sustain third-degree burns that can potentially destroy all skin layers.
I was prompted to make this inquiry when my daughter, a 17-year-old para, sustained third-degree burns after a one-hour ride in our SUV.
She suffered third-degree burns over 60 percent of her body.
The driver suffered second- and third-degree burns on 10 percent of his upper body and face.
He survived, but received second- and third-degree burns.
Cindy Cassoutt suffered third-degree burns over half her body.