To prevent scald burns, set the temperature on the hot-water heater to a maximum of 120°F (49°C).
She lifted the wooden cover before dropping her hand as if the book were hot enough to scald her.
scald accidents to children happen in the kitchen.
Most burn and scald accidents to children happen in the kitchen.
Many are scald injuries, involving the use of kettles.
scald the milk then pour over the eggs stirring well.
scald when the skin is off.
For a violent burn or scald when the skin is off.
The bacteria that causes rain scald is called Dermatophilus congolensis.
For example, it can cost as much as £ 250,000 to treat one severe bath water scald.
scald injuries, involving the use of kettles.
then scald a pudding cloth in hot water and lay out flat on a work surface.
Care must be taken to avoid Fly Strike in animals with urine scald or sticky bottom.
To make matters worse, he also has some of the worst rain scald on his legs that you have ever seen.
Agronomic importance and control: Sugarcane leaf scald is a widespread and devastating disease.
urine scald and tissue maceration.
In a small saucepan, scald the milk then pour over the eggs stirring well.
Then scald a pudding cloth in hot water and lay out flat on a work surface.
Prior to the introduction of the spray we were using petroleum jelly as our method of preventing urine scald and tissue maceration.
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