SITUATION: A casualty has sustained third-degree burns on his chest and the
front and back of his head. He weighs 147 pounds. Determine the following:
a. Percent of TBSA burned. ____________
b. Body weight in kilograms (kg). ____________
Amount of fluid replacement needed for the first 24 hours. ____________
d. Amount of fluid to give him during the first 8 hours. ____________
e. Amount of fluid to give him during the second 8 hours. ____________
Amount of fluid to give him during the third 8 hours. ______________
Urine output for the first 24 hours after the burn should be no more than _____cc
per hour. The exception is the patient with a(n) ___________________ burn.
Two advantages of using ______________________________ to treat burns is
that it is pain-free and clear when applied to the burn area.
A disadvantage in using __________________________ is that it tends to make
a casualty hyperventilate.
A disadvantage of using __________________________________ on a burn is
If a casualty weighs 145 pounds, he weighs _______________ kilograms.
Treatment on the burn area is silver nitrate dressings. Moisten the dressings
every two hours to _______________________________________________