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Burns in Children

Burns Overview

Burns: Symptom Management

Classification and Treatment of Burns

Classification of Burns

Coping Emotionally

Emergency Treatment of a Burn Injury

Fire Safety and Burns Overview

Fire Safety and Burns

Fire Safety and Burns--Identifying High-Risk Situations

Fire Safety and Burns--Injury Statistics and Incidence Rates

Fire Safety and Burns--Prevention

First-Degree Burns

Heat or Thermal Burns

Home Page - Burns

Home Wound Care

If Your Child Has Difficulty Adjusting

Nutrition and Burns

Online Resources - Burns

Preventing Burn Injuries

Preventing Scars and Contractures

Returning Home After a Burn Injury

Second-Degree Burns (Partial Thickness Burns)

Thermal Injuries

Third-Degree Burns

Topic Index - Burns

When to Call Your Child's Doctor


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