Patient Care | Trauma

The Basics of Burn Management

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Burn Management

<p>Figure 3: Rule of nines Illustration Brook Wainwright Designs</p>

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Burn Management

<p>High-flow oxygen should be established early in the course of care for patients with systemic effects resulting from burns. Photo Glen Ellman</p>

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Burn Management

<p>Figure 2c: Third-degree burn Photo courtesy Edward T. Dickinson, MD</p>

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Burn Management

<p>Figure 2d: “Fourth-degree” burn Photo courtesy Edward T. Dickinson, MD</p>

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Burn Management

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Burn Management, Print

<p>Figure 1: Layers of the skin Illustration Brook Wainwright Designs</p>

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Burn Management

<p>Figure 2b: Second-degree burn Photo courtesy Edward T. Dickinson, MD</p>

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Burn Management

<p>Figure 2a: First-degree burn Photo courtesy Edward T. Dickinson, MD</p>