SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 3
Source of the burn.
Degree of the burn.
Percentage of the body burned.
Location of the burn.
Complications accompanying the burn.
Age of the patient.
(para 3-2a through e)
Gasoline and other fuels igniting.
You are correct if you listed any four of the following:
Severe pain along the nerve channels
Spinal cord lesions and injuries
Rapid heartbeat for several weeks
Death of muscle tissue
Gastric or duodenal ulcers
Acute kidney failure
Count the number of power lines at the crossarm of the next power pole. Then,
the power lines at the cross arm of the pole damaged by the accident.
Separating the patient from the electric current source.
Quick assessment of his vital functions.
Begin emergency measures.
Assume he has multiple injuries, including spinal cord injuries. (para 3-5a)
Remove all contaminated clothing.