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Workshop leaders, Barbara Rook and Helena San Marco, nurses with the Grossman Burn Center, will discuss first-, second- and third-degree burns as well as fire safety, burn prevention, emergency burn treatment and first aid.

source: Thousand Oaks Acorn

It might be a myth that you can fry an egg on a hot sidewalk, but it’s a fact that you can burn your skin on one. Pavement, especially asphalt, absorbs a lot of heat. On a sunny summer day, the ground can get hotter than the surrounding...

source: Health Essentials

A 15-year-old student who was severely burned in a school lab experiment is still recovering days after the accident. Malachi McFadden suffered third-degree burns all over his body from a fire in his chemistry class at Redan High...

source: WSB-TV

The fee for participation in the 2019 ABA Burn Registry is $1,500 and covers the cost of submitting data to the NBR during this year’s Call for Data and the NBR analysis. Please complete the invoice information and the invoice will then be auto generated to your...


COMING SOON — The 2019 ABA Call for Data will be opening September 16, 2019 and will close November 11, 2019. This data will be used to produce an NBR Report in the Spring of 2020.


Care providers were alerted to a house fire involving one of their patients at 4 a.m. on May 30, 2015. The fire and rescue services discovered a 74-year-old lady who had succumbed to a blaze that developed rapidly while she was still...

source: Medical Xpress


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