Severe Burn Injuries
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Severe burns are a type of catastrophic injury that can be completely life changing. Severe burns can leave serious physical and psychological scars. According to the American Burn Association, 3,500 people are killed by fires and burn injuries every year. An additional 45,000 people are hospitalized in the United States annually and approximately 450,000 burns are treated every year.
There are several types of burn injuries:
- First-degree burns
- Second-degree burns
- Third-degree burns
- Fourth-degree burns
Unless a large portion for the victim's body is covered by the injury, first and second degree burns are not severe and may not require medical attention. Third and fourth degree burns, however, are serious and may be life threatening. These types of burns leave lasting damage and may require extensive medical treatment.
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