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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)
2nd-superficial partial/deep partial
3rd-full thickness (red, white, tan, brown, or black)
Rule of Nine:
Arm each 9% x2
Leg each 18% x2
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.
Burned area in painless because nerve fibers are destroyed wound appears leathery, white to red, brown or black.
Full Thickness, 3rd Degree Burn
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
TRUE OR FALSE
Burns that do not exceed 25% of TBSA produce both local and systeminc response.
_________ is the immediate consequence of fluid loss resulting in decreased perfusion and oxygen delivery, cardiac output decreases, blodd pressure drops.
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
Type of skin graft obtained from living or recently deceased humans (cadavers) is?