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How To Grade BURNS - 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Degree Burns Explained

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so this video we're going to be

discussing 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th degree

burns so 1st degree burns basically it's

the least severe level of burn usually

only affects the upper level of the skin

meaning the dermis and now symptoms

include redness often is painful to the

touch between you to day 2 and 3 days

and it can often be followed by a

peeling of skin

second-degree burns also known as

partial thickness burns which is an

important term to remember and is a this

is a moderate level of burn it usually

contains the epidermis and part of the

dermis you can see here kind of what

that is so it's including this part of

the skin usually and some symptoms

include a much darker color darker red

color than a first-degree burn

oftentimes there's blistering it's very