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(SATA) What is the incidence of burns?
- Young children
- Most injury occurs in the home, usually in the kitchen and the bathroom
Burned area is painless because never fiber are destroyed, wound appears leathery, hair follicles and sweat gland are destroyed. What kind of burn is this?
Full thickness (3rd degree burn)
Pt. has a burn somewhere in the Rule of nine therefore know what percentage is the burn (Study rule of 9 pg. 469 N-Clex)
- 4.5% Anterior/Posterior (Head)
- 18% Anterior/Posterior (Chest)
- 4.5% Anterior/Posterior (Arm L/R)
- 9% Anterior/Posterior (Leg L/R)
(True/False) Burns that do not exceed 25% TBSA produce both local and systemic response
(Fill-in) _______ is the immediate consequence of fluid loss resulting in decreased perfusion and oxygen delivery, Cardiac output decreases blood pressure drops (onset of burns shock)
For how long would the Nx irrigate the chemical burn? idk if question
Protocol for managing injuries write them down (6 answers)
- A-airway and cervical spine control
- B-breathing and ventilation
- C-circulation and hemorrhage control
- E-esposure and environmental control
- F-fluid resuscitation administration
(Fill-in) _______Obtained from living or recently deceased humans ex: skin banks and cryopreserved
Homograft (or allograft)
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