Chapter 57 Management of Patients with Burn Injury

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Chapter 57  Management of Patients with Burn Injury

 

 

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1.
A patient presenting to the emergency room from the site of a chemical fire has a burn that involves the epidermis, dermis, and the muscle and bone of the right arm. The patient verbalizes no pain in the right arm, and the skin appears charred. Based upon the assessment findings, what is the depth of the burn on the patient’s right arm?
A)
Superficial partial-thickness
C)
Full partial-thickness
B)
Deep partial-thickness
D)
Full-thickness

2.
The nursing care priorities for a patient with a burn injury include wound care, nutritional support, and prevention of complications such as infection. Based upon these care priorities, the patient is most likely in which of the following phases of burn care?

A) Emergent B) Immediate resuscitative C) Acute D) Rehabilitation

3.
The nurse is caring for a patient in the emergent/resuscitative phase of a burn injury. Upon analysis of the patient’s laboratory studies, the nurse will expect the results to indicate:
A)
Hyperkalemia, hyponatremia, elevated hematocrit, and metabolic acidosis
B)
Hypokalemia, hypernatremia, decreased hematocrit, and metabolic acidosis
C)
Hyperkalemia, hypernatremia, decreased hematocrit, and metabolic alkalosis
D)
Hypokalemia, hyponatremia, elevated hematocrit, and metabolic alkalosis

4.
The patient has developed thick eschar over an electrical burn wound. Which of the following topical antibacterial agents will the nurse expect the physician to order for the wound?
A)
Silver sulfadiazine 1% (Silvadene) water-soluble cream
B)
Mafenide acetate 10% (Sulfamylon) hydrophilic-based cream
C)
Silver nitrate 0.5% aqueous solution
D)
Acticoat

5.
While developing a care plan for a patient with a partial-thickness burn, the nurse determines that an appropriate goal is to maintain alignment of joints. This goal is developed to prevent which of the following complications associated with full- or partial-thickness burns?
A)
Neuropathy
C)
Contracture
B)
Wound breakdown
D)
Heterotopic ossification

 

Answer Key

1.
D
2.
C
3.
A
4.
B
5.
C

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