E. You suspect that A.N. has deep partial-thickness burns. Which best describes this type of burn? i. The skin is blackened; the charred skin is insensitive to pain. ii. The wounds are red, blanch, and have accompanying edema. iii. The skin is shiny, red, moist, has fluid filled blisters and is painful. iv. The wounds are dry, waxy white and hard; burned area has insensitivity to pain. CHART VIEW Laboratory Test Values • Hgb • Het 20 gidL (200 g/L) 51% •K 4.9 mEq'dL (4.9 mmol/L) Na 133 mEq'dl (133 mmol/L) •CI 100 mEq'dL (100 mmol/L) • Glucose • BUN • Creatinine memol/L) 159 mg/dl (8.8 mmol/L) 28 mg/dL (10.0 mmol/L) 1.0 mg/dL (88.4 F. nterpret A.N.'s laboratory results. G. A.N. is undergoing burn fluid resuscitation using the standard Baxter (Parkland) formula. She was admitted at 0400. She weighs 154 pounds (70 kg). Calculate her fluid requirements, specify the fluids used in the Baxter (Parkland) formula, specify how much will be given, and indicate what time intervals will be used. H. A.N. is in severe pain. What is the drug of choice for pain relief after burn injury and how should it be given?

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E. You suspect that A.N. has deep partial-thickness burns.
Which best describes this type of burn?
i. The skin is blackened; the charred skin is
insensitive to pain.
ii. The wounds are red, blanch, and have
accompanying edema.
iii. The skin is shiny, red, moist, has fluid filled
blisters and is painful.
iv. The wounds are dry, waxy white and hard;
burned area has insensitivity to pain.
CHART VIEW
Laboratory Test Values
• Hgb
• Het
20 gidL (200 g/L)
51%
•K
4.9 mEq'dL (4.9
mmol/L)
Na
133 mEq'dl (133
mmol/L)
•CI
100 mEq'dL (100
mmol/L)
• Glucose
• BUN
• Creatinine
memol/L)
159 mg/dl (8.8 mmol/L)
28 mg/dL (10.0 mmol/L)
1.0 mg/dL (88.4
F. nterpret A.N.'s laboratory results.
G. A.N. is undergoing burn fluid resuscitation using the
standard Baxter (Parkland) formula. She was admitted at
0400. She weighs 154 pounds (70 kg). Calculate her
fluid requirements, specify the fluids used in the Baxter
(Parkland) formula, specify how much will be given,
and indicate what time intervals will be used.
H. A.N. is in severe pain. What is the drug of choice for
pain relief after burn injury and how should it be given?
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E. You suspect that A.N. has deep partial-thickness burns. Which best describes this type of burn? i. The skin is blackened; the charred skin is insensitive to pain. ii. The wounds are red, blanch, and have accompanying edema. iii. The skin is shiny, red, moist, has fluid filled blisters and is painful. iv. The wounds are dry, waxy white and hard; burned area has insensitivity to pain. CHART VIEW Laboratory Test Values • Hgb • Het 20 gidL (200 g/L) 51% •K 4.9 mEq'dL (4.9 mmol/L) Na 133 mEq'dl (133 mmol/L) •CI 100 mEq'dL (100 mmol/L) • Glucose • BUN • Creatinine memol/L) 159 mg/dl (8.8 mmol/L) 28 mg/dL (10.0 mmol/L) 1.0 mg/dL (88.4 F. nterpret A.N.'s laboratory results. G. A.N. is undergoing burn fluid resuscitation using the standard Baxter (Parkland) formula. She was admitted at 0400. She weighs 154 pounds (70 kg). Calculate her fluid requirements, specify the fluids used in the Baxter (Parkland) formula, specify how much will be given, and indicate what time intervals will be used. H. A.N. is in severe pain. What is the drug of choice for pain relief after burn injury and how should it be given?

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