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DC INST – BURN

You were evaluated in the Emergency Department today for a burn. Your burn has been dressed in the ER. Apply Bacitracin at home and watch closely for signs of infection.



We recommend you take 600mg ibuprofen every 6 hours or tylenol 650mg every 6 hours as needed for pain. If needed, you can alternate these medications so that you take one medication every 3 hours. For instance, at noon take ibuprofen, then at 3pm take tylenol, then at 6pm take ibuprofen.



Please follow-up as soon as possible with a burn specialist.



For patients who are followed at UCLA Health, you may follow up with our burn clinic.

UCLA Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

(310) 825-8927

200 Medical Plaza Driveway #465

Los Angeles, CA 90095



The three nearest burn centers are listed below:



USC: 1983 Marengo Street Los Angeles, CA 90033 (323) 409-1000

Grossman: 7325 Medical Center Drive #200 West Hills, CA (888) 676-2876

Torrance Memorial: 3330 Lomita Blvd., Torrance, CA (310) 325-9110



Please also follow up with your primary care physician within three days. Call 1-800-825-2631 to schedule an appointment with a primary care physician.



Return to the Emergency Department if you experience worsening or spreading redness around the burn, worsening or uncontrolled pain, fevers 100.4°F or greater, recurrent vomiting, shortness of breath, or any other concerning symptoms.



Thank you for choosing us for your care.



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