Burns. Linda Copenhaver. Introduction. Incidence of Burns ½ million seek medical care annually Approximately 40K are hospitalized Where do most burn trauma injuries occur? Bonus' Site - KitchenOilFire.wmv. Types of Burn Injury. Thermal Chemical Electrical Radiation.
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fracture long bones and cause respiratory muscles to contract
Depth of Burns
Superficial Partial Thickness Burn (1st
Sunburn, UV light, mild radiation,
Pink to red
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A 40 year old male sustains burns to his anterior torso following an explosion of a fuel tank. The burned area is brown and leather like. The client does not c/o pain. The nurse should conclude that the client has burns that are:
Patient #1Patient #2
Using the Parkland formula, a client who has full and deep partial thickness burns to 30% of his body is to receive 6000ml of fluid over the next 24 hours. You would administer:
anaerobic contamination of burn wound
prior to treatments
Circulation is impaired
Occluded blood supply
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A client with deep partial and full thickness TBSA burned is 28% is receiving hydrotherapy. The nurse should assess for which of the following complications?