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Burn injuries in Arkansas

Researchers at a medical school have developed an innovative nanotechnology that has been shown to enhance the healing process of burns. Scientists created a system that releases the biological molecule nitric oxide in combination with a healing action that helps wounds move from the inflammatory stage into the phase of wound mending that supports new tissue growth. The adoption of the new therapy by physicians and health care facilities could have a major impact on the way that burns are treated.

Burns can be very harmful

As many Arkansas residents know, burns can cause significant personal damage and may happen during seasonal activities or due to an accident. Seeking treatment and knowing about the necessary steps to take after the burn occurs may lessen its harmful effects.

Burn injuries and how they are classified

When someone suffers a burn, the severity of the injury can vary. Arkansas residents may want to understand the types of burns that can occur because serious burns need prompt medical attention. Burns range in degree from first to third, and first-degree burns are the least intense. These burns cause redness, pain and swelling but only harm the skin's outer layer.

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