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Master Thesis

Prise en charge des brûlures à l’officine : focus sur l’intérêt des dispositifs médicaux de type pansements

Abstract : Burns are still a major public health problem in France today. The dispensary pharmacist is regularly called to assess the severity, as a local health actor. He can treat first degree and superficial second degree burns in the dispensary, in the absence of a gravity factor. For those of the deep second degree and third degree, he redirects the patient to an emergency service. Dressings are used at all steps of severity, except for first degree burns. The pharmacist recommends the most suitable dressing according to the size and depth of the lesion, and above all according to its level of exudation and the risk of infection of the burn to allow rapid and quality healing. He also has the role of advising other health professionals on the dressing to use according to the described characteristics of the patient's wound. Some medical devices are also used to limit scar sequelae. Finally, the dispensary pharmacist discusses nutritional advices with his patient to allow good healing of the wound and must recall the prevention advice to limit the risk of burns.
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Florent Lenouvel. Prise en charge des brûlures à l’officine : focus sur l’intérêt des dispositifs médicaux de type pansements. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03460694⟩

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