BURN WOUNDS FAQ
Are there different types of burns?
Yes, burns are classified into three main types:
first-degree (superficial), second-degree (partial thickness), and third-degree
Do you have any solution offering for burns?
SEESKIN ULTRATHIN is a porous sheet dressing helps in
reducing the healing time drastically in the case of first and second degree
CollDrez collagen sheet dressing is traditionally used to treat burns for over a decade. It is only recommended if the burn surface area is large.
Where to Use COLLDREZ Dressings?
CollDrez Collagen Dressings are very useful in treating Second and Third Degree Burns. CollDrez
collagen sheet dressing has been used for treating burns for over a decade.
Which stage of wound healing benefit with COLLDREZ D Dressing?
COLLDREZ D is a breathable, transparent, self-adhesive
flexible dressing, designed to heal Partial Thickness Burns, non-infected.Post granulation or Epithelialization Stage of
How are burns classified based on severity?
Burns are classified based on their depth and severity into
first, second, and third-degree, with third-degree being the most severe.
What is the difference between first-degree, second-degree,and third-degree burns?
First-degree burns only affect the outer layer of the skin, second-degree burns affect both the outer and underlying layer, and
third-degree burns extend into deeper tissues.
What are the signs that a burn requires professional medicalcare?
Signs include the size and depth of the burn, the location, signs of infection, and the cause of the burn.
How can I prevent infection in a burn wound?
Keep the burn clean and dry, change dressings regularly, and
watch for signs of infection, such as increased redness, swelling, or
Are there specific treatments or ointments that help withburn scars?
Consult a healthcare professional for advice on scar management. Silicone sheets or gels may be recommended.