CPR 2nd Degree Burns

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WHO/EHT/CPR 2004 reformatted. 2007 WHO Surgical Care at the District Hospital 2003 1 Management of Burns The burns patient has the same priorities as all

Basic first aid treatment for 1st degree & some 2nd degree burns: Submerge burn area immediately in cool water until pain stops. If affected area is large, cover with cool If the victim’s ABC’s are not present, perform CPR. IMPORTANT: only a trained & qualified person

Management of Burns The burns patient has the same priorities as all First degree burn • Erythema • Pain • Absence of blisters • Sunburn Second degree (Partial thickness) • Red or mottled • Flash burns • Contact with hot

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

Sulfur may cause 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree thermal burns. Potential Health Effects: Eye Critical Damage/ Stimulativeness. Contact with molten sulfur may cause serious burns and blindness. Sulfur vapor may cause eye irritation. Dust

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).

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).

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

• Treat according to CPR protocol (ABC’s) • Use airway and C-Spine 2nd degree painful to touch, blanches to touch; when blister debrided, Third degree burns in any age group 4. Electrical burns, including lightning injury 5.

BURNS (ISS MED/3A – ALL/FIN) Page 1 of 5 pages 21 AUG 00 4018.burns.doc RESUSCITATION: CPR – EMERGENCY} (SODF: ISS MED: EMERGENCY). Estimate degree of burn First degree – superficial reddening of skin, pain Second degree

8 Partial Thickness Burns 2nd degree burns Transport the patient and be prepared to administer CPR. 21 Electrical Burns (2 of 2) 22 Inhalation Burns (1 of 2) Can occur when burning takes place in _____ spaces without ventilation Upper

Identify the conditions that must exist before performing CPR on a person. C) Demonstrate proper technique in performing CPR using a training device approved by your counselor. D) All Burns. Symptoms. 1st degree: _____ 2nd degree: ____ 3rd degree: _____

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