Burn care: a life at stake

United States, 1980

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Aimed at teaching first aid for burns. Shows how to assess the extent and degree of burns, and how to treat thermal, electrical and chemical burns before medical aid is administered. Includes interviews with burn victims, medical photographs illustrating various kinds of burns and realistic dramatisations of burn accidents.

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producer

John Ralmon

production company

Charles Cahill and Associates

Duration

00:20:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1980

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