CPR 1st Degree Burns

By | March 9, 2014

Begin CPR. IMPORTANT: only a trained & qualified person should administer CPR. Remember, In Any Emergency Dial 911 IMMEDIATELY!!! BURNS First Degree Burn:Skin will appear red and may be swollen or painful. Generally does not require medical

There are no words to express the catastrophic pain and suffering that a burn survivor endures.

There are no words to express the catastrophic pain and suffering that a burn survivor endures.

IE 419 Work Design: Productivity and Safety Dr. Andris Freivalds Class #34 Heat & Temperature (Ch. 19) Effects on personnel Burns – types: 1st degree = 2nd degree = 3rd degree = Effect of temperature: 212˚F for 15 sec → 2nd degree 180˚F for 30 sec → 2nd degree 160˚F for 60 sec → 2nd

1st degree burns – page 2 Etc. Same for Skin Cancer sections. Information sections should use bullet points and phrases. Minimal sentences may be used in order to clarify information as needed.

Pediatric Burns Marty Belson, MD 3rd leading cause of accidental death in children 80% are minor scalds Classification 1st degree – epidermis, red, painful, nonblistering

1st Degree Burns: First-degree burns are red and very sensitive to touch, and the skin will appear blanched when light pressure is applied. First-degree burns involve minimal tissue damage and they involve the epidermis (skin surface).

Major Sources of Burns A & P review Slide 7 Thermal Burns Slide 9 1st Degree Burns Slide 11 2nd Degree Burns Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Calculating Burn Surface Area Slide 19 Slide 20 Management of Burns Management of burns Management of burns Management of Burns Slide 25

Burns Linda Copenhaver * * for Electrical Burns Turn off source of electricity if possible Remove current with dry piece of wood Initiate CPR and Transport Cross Section of Skin Fig. 25-3 * * Depth of Burns Superficial Partial Thickness Burn (1st degree) Epidermis involved Sunburn, UV light,

For Electrical Burns Turn off source of electricity if possible Remove current with dry piece of wood Initiate CPR and Transport * * * * Depth of Burns Superficial Partial Thickness Burn (1st degree) Epidermis involved Sunburn, UV light,

List and explain how to treat 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree Burns (be sure to explain how they are different) Page 6: Bleeding Control. CPR Steps Infant: Remember to include how to perform chest compressions. Title: First Aid/ CPR Booklet Author: DDougherty

First Aid and CPR Unit 6 . Survey the Scene Burns Sources of Burns: Radiation (sun) Chemical Electrical Thermal (extreme heat) Degrees of Burns 1st degree

V Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Two Perforations Abrasions Incisions Lacerations Amputations Avulsions Eviserations X Burns Degree 1st, 2nd, 3rd Surficial, Partial, Full Thickness Sources Thermal, Chemical, Electrical,

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