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Reference: Thursday nov 5, 2009. Lauren Gravitz: Spraying on skin cells to heal burns. Body: Whenever somebody is in a car crash, a fire, or an accident involving flames, they might get burns. The three types of burns include first, second, and third degree burns. A first-degree burn is when there is redness on the epidermis with minor pain. Sunburns can be included within first-degree burns. Second degree burns cause blistering of the skin and may be more or less painful depending on nerve exposure and damage. Second-degree burns involve the papillary dermis and sometimes the reticular dermis and may require a skin graft if severe. Third degree burns are when the epidermis is lost with damage to the subcutaneous tissue. In third-degree burns scarring will occur, hair shafts and keratin are lost, and a skin graft will likely be necessary. For second-degree burns when a skin graft is necessary, the graft itself can cause harm to the person. Current research though has developed a medical spray
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course PHY 56630 taught by Professor Coker during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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