Rule of Nines
Using the “rule of nines,” a patient has a burn and the burn team estimates that approximately 30% of her TBSA is burned. Most of the burns are thought to involve the entire dermis, and the area looks waxy and white. This type of wound is: 1.Deep partial-thickness 2.Third-degree 3.Superficial partial-thickness 4.Full-thickness Burns exceeding 20% of the TBSA in most adults are considered to be major burn injuries. With a major burn injury, a systematic pathophysiologic response that ensues requires therapeutic intervention to sustain life. The most reliable criterion for adequate resuscitation of burn shock is: 1.Urine output 2.Blood pressure 3.Pulmonary status 4.Cortisol levels Pick the correct answer for each question and explain your answer in a short paragraph.
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