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Emergency Treatment of a Burn Injury

Burn injuries require emergency clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Listed in the directory below are several different types of burn injuries, for which we have provided a brief overview.

Chemical Burns

Heat or Thermal Burns

Electrical Burns

Reviewed Date: 05-16-2011

Tratamiento de Emergencia de una Lesión por Quemadura
Emergency Medicine/Urgent Care
Bradley Bishop, MD
Omar Blanco, MD
Kellease Brown, MD
James Burhop, DO
Mark Cartoski, MD
Joel Clingenpeel, MD
Noelle Gabriel, MD
Jennifer Galiotos, MD
Kathleen Garland, MD
Sandip Godambe, MD
Theresa Guins, MD
Andrea Hornbuckle, MD
Michelle Hughes, DO
Rupa Kapoor, MD
Connie Ketten, MD
Susan Lamb, MD
Jon D. Mason, MD
Jennifer McCarthy, MD
Jill Miller, MD
Stephen Miller III, MD
Alison Ohana, MD
Kelli Petronis, MD
Michael Poirier, MD
Faiqa Qureshi, MD
Dana Ramirez, MD
Lisa Remaklus, MD
Rosemarie Santos, MD
Suzanne Sartori, MD
James Schmidt, MD
Kim Schock, MD
Gretchen Stepanovich, MD
Kelly Vokoun, MD
Nicholas White, MD
Kellie Williams, MD
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