In google, there are plenty of articles about what to do (i.e. First Aid) when you get skin-burn (doing this or that...etc..). However, I was unable to find any solid article that refer to treating of blisters that form on burnt skin (after initial hour or two), and are there during next days and we may observe different scenarios ( after blister is filled with liquid):
A) About blisters - should we try to keep them untouched (thus, not it is necessary the liquid stayed there and not removed).
B) Even if the blister is popped accidentally, what to do (i.e. let it resurge itself ? or what. )
C) Accidental removal of the whole protective blister skin, while it is in the middle of healing (thus, exposing the inner layer to the infection ). Is the inner layer considered still as "vulnerable" for infection, and should we treat same, as if we had treated the open wound (like as if skin was removed from the 1st minute of the accident)?
So, what are the correct guidelines/approaches for each case (A,B,C). Also, in case of child, who can't retain "loose bandages" even for 10 mins.