first degree burn

first degree burn

A mild, fully recoverable degree of burning causing only redness of the skin.
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In a first degree burn, which can be a mild sunburn, a flash or momentary flame burn, the epidermis alone is affected.
Allen Binayug, Valenzuela police chief investigator, identified the three employees of Loyal Family as Melcjor Villasis, 50, Ian Mark Lacala, 18; both with third degree burn, and Roldan Garcia, 27, sustained first degree burn.
'It's a severe, first degree burn which stretches from Huggy's knee to his ankle,' says Kaye.
The BFP confirmed to INQUIRER.net the names of the injured civilians as Dionisia Rabago, 57, who suffered a first degree burn in her right arm, while Alex Sarmiento, 45 suffered first degree burns in his left and upper forearm.
She added it had dripped on Ms Fox's left elbow causing a first degree burn and then on her back just below her neck where she suffered a second degree burn.
Wounded was Emmanuel Waneya who suffered multiple laceration on the right hand and a first degree burn on the right leg, said Cebu City Fire Marshal Noel Nelson Ababon.
Sarmiento, 45, sustained a first degree burn on the left upper forearm while Dionisia Rabago, 51, sustained a first degree burn on the right arm; Roy Sarmiento, 49, sustained a first degree burn on the left forearm and Jay Beltera, 38, sustained a minor burn on the left forearm.
Sharjah Police is investigating the case of a 32-year-old Emirati national who received first degree burns after he drank petrol and set himself on fire.
Instead of a reticulated pattern, as shown here, the erythema of first degree burns covers the entire area of skin that contacted the high-intensity heat source.
Fortunately he did not swallow the liquid, but the contact caused first degree burns to his face, lips and neck.
Monday, a mother and her young child suffered first degree burns after a fire broke out in the basement of their Yeroskipou flat in Paphos.