thermal burn


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thermal burn

[′thər·məl ¦bərn]
(medicine)
Tissue reaction to or injury resulting from application of heat.
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Government Accountability Office estimates that as many as 10,000 patients could require thermal burn care.
"Most people only feel 'burnt' after a few hours out of the sun, and we know with a thermal burn - such as from the iron or the oven - the damage continues to spread after the source of the burn has stopped.
Although a few cases of UN associated HO at the elbow have been reported after brain injury, thermal burn, and upper limb trauma, there is no case report after stroke.
In Polynesia and Southeast Asia, tamanu oil which is produced from Calophyllum inophyllum is the well-known and common use product to heal thermal burn wound.
ARCO, a leading UK safety company, reports it recently brought ThermoMan, a life-size thermal burn injury evaluation system, on its first visit to the UK.
Studies on the destruction of red blood cells; thermal injury; action of heat in causing increased spheroidicity, osmotic and mechanical fragilities and hemolysis of erythrocytes; observations on the mechanisms of destruction of such erythrocytes in dogs and in a patient with a fatal thermal burn. Blood.
Autologous limbal grafting combined with deep lamellar keratoplasty in unilateral eye with severe chemical or thermal burn at late stage.
"The primary type of burn you get around the grill is a thermal burn caused by heat or fire from the grill itself.
Richard Enecilla said the girl suffered "second degree thermal burn."
The demo centred on the Thermo-Man life-sized instrumented mannequin system, one of the most advanced thermal burn injury evaluation devices.
Levenson's care and studies of burn victims has resulted to our modern day understanding of thermal burn and smoke inhalation.