Level of severity has been always a point of major concern in . At the same time, it is also very important to understand that the initial 48 hours are very critical for the burn victims. Depending upon the severity, proper treatment should be given within 48 hours to avoid worsening of the injury. During the initial 48 hours, there is great risk of heavy loss of fluid, infections and complications. When there is excessive loss of fluid, protein and sodium chloride flow to the burn affected area and cause blistering, swelling, low blood pressure and low urine output also. This is the time when victim requires a medical professional who can prevent fluid loss or infections. The doctor will treat the burn victim by giving fluids, pain medication, electrolytes and tetanus vaccination.

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