A burn is a type of injury characterized by damage to the body’s tissue caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, sunlight, or radiation. Burns can result in varying degrees of skin swelling, blistering, and scarring and it typically takes three to 20 days for a minor burn to heal properly. Annually in the United States, there are 40,000 hospitalizations related to burn injuries and a total of 486,000 burn injuries require medical treatment. Scapa Healthcare’s Scapa Soft-Pro® Hydrogel Burn Treatment Line
provides a range of sterile consumer bandages that are highly effective for treating minor burns and scalds.