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Thermal Burns Fire: obtain CO levels Industrial fire: suspect CN toxicity Superficial: similar to sunburn Superficial partial: red, painful, blisters Deep partial: white, leathery, painless Full-thickness: charred, insensate Rule of 9s Parkland formula: 4 mL/kg × % total BSA burned (pediatrics give 3 mL/kg); 50% given in first 8 hours, remainder over 16 hours Target urine output: 0.5-1 mL/kg/h in adults; 1-2 mL/kg/h in children Consider escharotomy for circumferential and full-thickness…

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THE BODY PERCENTAGE: the body is broken up into percentages of surface area taken up by each part for both ADULT FRONT/BACK and CHILD. Also, just notice how differently proportioned the child is comparing his/her percentages to the identical ones on the adult. This is mainly used for judging burns' severity when covering areas.

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The Parkland Formula for Burns Calculates fluid requirements for burn patients in a 24-hour period.

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parkland formula for fluid replacement | 1255. Parkland formula // Consideration for fluid resus of inhalation ...

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