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Skin on the leg burned from a bike silencer. Blisters formed after using betadine. What to do?

about a month ago, my leg came in contact wid a bike silencer! few days later i peeled of the blister ! from then , i started to apply betardene and covered it with sterile pad , but it stick with the burn and it became painful when to change the pad! from then i stopped using betardine and the pad ! so now what should i do! blister have started to come on the boundry but not in between ! what should i do ??? need urgent advice????????????????
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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hi never apply a dressing on the blister because it stiches to it and again a new blister as in this case .the best treatment for any blister is a broad spectrum antibiotic and a anti inflammatory agent like combiflame and application of t-bact or silverex ointment over the blister for one week and once blister breaks use t-bact ointment,.once the lesion heals hypopigmented patches are treated with momate ointment in morning and tacrolimus ointment in the night.
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