Blisters commonly form as a result of pressure and injury thus protecting the affected spot from further damage. They occur especially if the burn affects the capillaries in the burn area. More »

Treat minor burns with skin blisters by cooling the burn with cool water or a clean towel that is dampened with cool water for 10 to 15 minutes, recommends Mayo Clinic. Avoid breaking small blisters, but if blisters brea... More »

Burn blisters should be treated by rinsing with cool water, cleaning with soap and water, applying an antibiotic ointment and bandaging to protect the affected skin, recommends WebMD. Arms and legs with burn blisters sho... More »

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The color stage of a bruise begins with a bright pink or red spot on the skin and transforms into a dark purple or dark blue color within a few hours, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. A bruise ultimate... More »

Acute arm injuries are a severe type of damage to the arm, and the injury usually comes about abruptly by a fall, a direct blow, bending a limb strangely or jamming the limb, reports WebMD. Acute injuries may include mus... More »

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Broken blood vessels in the hand are typically a result of an injury that jars the blood vessels, causing bleeding into the skin, according to Healthline. Infections of the blood, an allergic reaction, autoimmune disorde... More »

The best treatment for a burn depends on the severity of the damage to the skin, according to Healthline. Patients can treat minor burns by soaking the burnt body parts in cool water for about five minutes and applying a... More »

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