Integumentary Burns

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Integumentary Burns
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2011-04-25 17:52:44
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  1. Pg1054 , Pg1055 66-1, 1057 66-2, 1057 R bottom bullets,

    TBSA- Total Body Surface Area

    Curlings Ulcer-associate c burns. Gastric ulcer where autonomc nervous responds dramatically.

    Tetnus Toxoid- for protection c burns.

    Burn Meds-mefenate...sulfur meds. IV fluids Tirated by urine output 30ml/hr, IV Morephine sulfate for pain 50mg. Silvadene $$, Sulfamylon, AgNO3 (Silver Nitrate)

    Inhalation injuries.

    Hypovolemic shock.

    Infection.

    1st-superficial (sunburn)
    2nd-superficial partial/deep partial
    3rd-full thickness (red, white, tan, brown, or black)

    Rule of Nine:
    Head 9%
    Back 18%
    Chest 18%
    Perineum 1%
    Arm each 9% x2
    Leg each 18% x2
  2. Pg1053, 1062
    2-4x normal protein, 4k-5k calories a day.
    SATAWhat is the incidence of burns?
    • Young children.
    • Most injuries occur in the home, usually in the kitchen or bathroom.
  3. Pg1055 66-1
    Burned area in painless because nerve fibers are destroyed wound appears leathery, white to red, brown or black.
    Full Thickness, 3rd Degree Burn
  4. Pg
    Describes a pt with burns, need to know rule of nine to figure out the % of burns.
    • Rule of Nine:
    • Head 9%
    • Back 18%
    • Chest 18%
    • Perineum 1%
    • Arm each 9% x2
    • Leg each 18% x2
  5. TRUE OR FALSE
    Burns that do not exceed 25% of TBSA produce both local and systeminc response.
    False
  6. Pg1056
    FIB
    _________ is the immediate consequence of fluid loss resulting in decreased perfusion and oxygen delivery, cardiac output decreases, blodd pressure drops.
    Hypovolemia
  7. Pg1058?
    WRITE OUT
    Protocol for managing Injuries?
    • A- airway and cervical spine control
    • B- breathing and ventilation
    • C- circulation and hemorrahage control
    • D- disability
    • E- exposure and environmental control
    • F- fluid resusitation administration
  8. Type of skin graft obtained from living or recently deceased humans (cadavers) is?
    Homograft

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