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To calculate total body surface area of these burns in the field, it would be easiest to use the
A)Baux Chart.
B)Lund and Browder Chart.
C)rule of the palm.
D)rule of nine.
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While treating this patient, you are least likely to
A)perform endotracheal intubation.
B)apply a cooling gel to dressing.
C)use morphine to provide pain management.
D)transport the patient to a burn center.
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The type of burn seen most often in children is the
A)thermal burn.
B)electrocution burn.
C)chemical burn.
D)scald burn.
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This patient sustained no burn injuries beyond what you can see. Using the rule of nines, what is his total body surface area burned?
A)9%
B)18%
C)27%
D)36%
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The patient escaped from a burning building. In addition to the obvious injuries, you should be most concerned about
A)peripheral edema.
B)hypovolemia.
C)cardiac failure.
D)inhalation injuries.
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This patient is more likely than other burn patients to require
A)endotracheal intubation.
B)an escharotomy.
C)cardio pulmonary resuscitation.
D)fluid resuscitation.
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How much cooling time is generally recommended for burn victims?
A)1-2 minutes
B)5-10 minutes
C)1 minute or less
D)2-5 minutes
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This patient's burns would be classified as
A)second degree.
B)fourth degree.
C)third degree.
D)first degree.
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A 23 year old male tried to stamp out a small fire. He has no injuries beyond those pictured above, and his only complaints are consistent with these injuries. When treating this patient you are most likely to
A)apply external cooling techniques for three minutes.
B)administer IV fluid resuscitation.
C)administer nitrous oxide.
D)apply moistened bandages.
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This patient is taking shallow breaths and says his "chest is being crushed." It is likely that you will have to
A)perform a tracheotomy.
B)administer epinephrine.
C)perform an escharotomy.
D)administer nitroglycerin.
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Which of these areas is most likely to be classified as a partial thickness second degree burn?
A)C
B)D
C)A
D)B
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This patient's burns are
A)shallow partial thickness.
B)superficial.
C)full thickness.
D)deep partial thickness.
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Your patient presents with the injuries pictured above. What other sign/symptom would you expect to find in this patient?
A)Cardiac dysrhythmia
B)Bronchospasm
C)Hypovolemia
D)Anaphylaxis
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A patient’s burn is mottled red and white and blanches with pressure. The site is sensitive to cold, but not to touch. The hair falls out easily. This burn is most likely
A)full thickness.
B)shallow partial thickness.
C)superficial.
D)deep partial thickness.
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The burns on this patient's hand are
A)third degree.
B)second degree.
C)first degree.
D)fourth degree.
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A patient with who has been exposed to a particulate burning agent in both eyes is best treated by irrigating the eyes with
A)at least 2 liters of lactated ringers through IV tubing and a Morgan lens.
B)at least 2 liters of lactated ringers through IV tubing and a nasal cannula.
C)at least 2 liters of antidote solution through IV tubing and a nasal cannula.
D)at least 2 liters of antidote solution through IV tubing and a Morgan lens.
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In most burn cases, pain management narcotics should be administered
A)Frequently in small amounts
B)Infrequently in small amounts
C)Infrequently in large amounts
D)Frequently in large amounts
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The lines of dots and partial circles on this patient's lower back are probably the result of
A)contact burns.
B)electrical burns.
C)flash burns.
D)chemical burns.
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Your 8 year old patient has sustained the depicted burns. He has no injuries other than those shown. Prehospital management of these injuries might include
A)active cooling of the burn for three minutes.
B)immediate IV fluid resuscitation.
C)administration of 10mg Morphine IV.
D)application of wet dressings.
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Assuming that all of the patient's injuries can be seen in the picture above, roughly what percentage of the patient's total body surface area is burned?
A)22.50%
B)27%
C)31.50%
D)18%
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This 54 year old patient has no other burns than those depicted above. What is his Baux score?
A)72
B)45
C)36
D)63
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If you were called to treat this burn patient in the field, approximately what amount of Ringers Lactate would you administer over the first hour?
A)250 ml/hr
B)1000
C)500 ml/hr
D)None
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A patient presents with the injuries pictured above. Her vital signs are all within normal levels. There is a local clinic 5 minutes away, a community hospital 20 minutes away, a regional hospital with a burn center 30 minutes away, and a hospital with trauma center 35 minutes away. Where should you transport her?
A)Community hospital
B)Local clinic
C)Trauma center
D)Burn center
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The burns on this patient's hand are
A)fourth degree.
B)third degree.
C)second degree.
D)first degree.
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A 40 year old male has suffered full thickness burns around the circumference of the chest. His breathing becomes shallow and very labored. The patient has already been intubated. What additional intervention might you consider?
A)Cut through the dead tissue
B)Increase rate of oxygen flow
C)Place patient in a hyperbaric chamber
D)Create a surgical airway
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What is the most common method used to estimate the total body surface area burned on a burn victim?
A)Rule of nines
B)Rule of the palm
C)Lund and Browder chart
D)Baux chart
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It is most difficult to judge the severity of
A)chemical burns.
B)flash burns.
C)scald burns.
D)electrocution burns.
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This patient's burns are
A)fourth degree.
B)first degree.
C)second degree.
D)third degree.







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