Understanding Burns and Skin Injuries: A Comprehensive Guide to First Aid and Treatment



  • Tough, elastic sheath covering the body
  • Protection against microbes
  • Protection against shocks and temperature variations
  • Sensation of cold, heat, pain, etc.
  • Waste disposal (toxic substances)
  • Regulation of body temperature


Burns are injuries that affect the integrity of the skin and other tissues caused by exposure of any body part to a much higher energy level than the body can absorb without damage.

Burn Classification

By Depth

  • First-degree burns: Affect only the outer layer of the skin
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Mastering the Shot Put: Techniques, Rules, and Training


“We must consider the triple jump as the union of a leap, a step, and a salto.” The main feature is to make the jump with one foot so that if you make the first left foot the second is with the same foot and the third with the derecho.


“The race has the same characteristics as the long jump.” The last steps are not as marked as in the case of the long jump and triple that in the not so important to achieve a high parabola. The last three steps are different

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High Jump Techniques: Mastering the Fosbury Flop

High Jump: An Overview

1. General

Since the early nineteenth century, the high jump has been practiced in both military academies and public schools as a gymnastic exercise. Over time, the technique has evolved significantly, leading to different types of jumps: scissors, Western roll, straddle, Fosbury flop (ventral and dorsal).

At the 1968 Mexico Olympics, athlete Dick Fosbury achieved the Olympic record with a 2.24-meter jump using a revolutionary technique. He approached the bar after a curved

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The Ultimate Guide to Sports Terminology: Essential Vocabulary for Athletes and Fans

Sports Terminology: Essential Vocabulary for Athletes and Fans


  • Badminton: shuttlecock, racket, net
  • Squash: safety goggles
  • Athletics: hurdles, track
  • Ice hockey: rink, stick
  • Surfing: wetsuit

Rules and Regulations

  • Give it your best shot: Do the best you can.
  • On target: Working according to plan.
  • Pulling his weight: Working as hard as everyone else.
  • Out of her depth: Unable to cope.
  • Jump in at the deep end: Try something difficult when you are not fully prepared.

Positions and Roles

  • Umpire: Judge in tennis
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Special Education: Integration and Adaptation

Special Education

A kind of educational system that delivers services at different levels, both in regular schools and special education, for students with special educational needs (SEN).

Students with SEN

These students require different teaching resources to advance their learning. We can distinguish between those who present transitional difficulties and those with permanent disabilities.

Permanent Disabilities:

  • Down syndrome
  • Autism
  • Blindness
  • Deafness

Transitional Difficulties:

  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • Attention
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Workplace Hazards and Safety: A Comprehensive Guide

Workplace Hazards and Safety

Noise Exposure

Exposure of workers to excessive noise can have a significant impact on various bodily systems:

  • Auditory System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Nervous System
  • Muscular System
  • Digestive System

Excessive noise can also lead to sleep disorders, fatigue, and irritability.

Vibration Exposure

We can divide exposure to vibration into two categories:

  • Whole-Body Vibration
  • Localized Vibration: Affecting only a specific part of the body.

Whole-Body Vibration

Whole-body vibration at low

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