third degree burn


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third degree burn

n. quemadura de tercer grado.
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He was taken to the Qasimi Hospital, where doctors said he suffered third degree burns.
They produced nanofibrous coatings after the preparation of the solution through electrospinning method so they can be used in the treatment of deep cutting wounds and third degree burns in forms of cell-free and scaffold with stem cell.
The body had been discovered in a field near the village of Alaminos in the Larnaca district, covered in third degree burns and initial investigations failed to indicate the identity of the man.
Cohen was in critical condition, with second and third degree burns over 60 percent of his body, hospital officials said.
But she had chosen the hot water spigot to grab, and the burning liquid ran down the inside of her extended arms and across her chest and stomach, leaving second and third degree burns in its wake.
Teenager Edwina Holt got third degree burns after using a new sunlamp for the first time.
Three of them who had suffered third degree burns died in the last two days.
Scott French, 45, a Glendale firefighter who received third degree burns to the left side of his face and deep second-degree burns to his neck and left ear, said his own experience was traumatic, surmising that it will be the same for ABC News reporter and burn victim Adrienne Alpert, 48.
CCS also clearly promotes wound healing in select deep second and superficial third degree burns, without the need for autograft.
Salih Al Junaibi, Deputy Director of Khalifa Hospital, said the workers were brought to the hospital in very critical conditions, as they had third degree burns inside due to inhaling fumes from the strong chemical which they used to clean the ship.