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Old 09-10-2011, 09:20 PM   #31
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Are the Care Bears still around? I remember them. Sort of.
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Old 09-10-2011, 11:13 PM   #33
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Care Bears. Hello Kitty. Bleh. I'll just keep bleeding until I find that duct tape thanks.
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The bacon & egg bandages crack me up, Fee! Reminds me of treating a kitchen burn with butter.

Come to think of it, I'm not certain whether this is an old wives' therapy or legitimate medicine...

How do you treat a burn?
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The skulls are lovely. I could rock those. Not so sure about putting bacon on a cut. There are those that feel anything wrapped in bacon must be edible. (those people scare me)
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The bacon & egg bandages crack me up, Fee! Reminds me of treating a kitchen burn with butter.

Come to think of it, I'm not certain whether this is an old wives' therapy or a legitimate treatment...

How do you treat a burn?
Run it under cool water. Be careful not to make it too cold, you don't want ice. That could cause more damage. You do want the burning to stop though. Keep it clean and dry. Do not put butter on it. Wrap lightly in gauze if needed. Go to ER if it is severe. If the burn is bad enough to break the skin or scab up it can easily get infected so you definitely want the benefit of an ER visit. They often can give you burn creams to help it heal faster. If it cracks or bleeds during the healing process consult your doctor. You may need to get it seen. Don't pop any blisters that form. Cushion them with bandages or gauze. An ice pack applied gently with a cover around it after the burn is cleaned and wrapped can help with the pain.
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The bacon & egg bandages crack me up, Fee! Reminds me of treating a kitchen burn with butter.

Come to think of it, I'm not certain whether this is an old wives' therapy or legitimate medicine...

How do you treat a burn?
Cold tap water, NOT ice. Leave open to air. If it's blistered, wrap it loosely with gauze, after you have gotten the burn to stop. Do not break the blister, do not cover with ointment.

I have pickle bandaids, too...you have a huge choice when I drain do a blood draw.
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