anonymous
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PLEASE EXPLAIN I need someone to explain this to me. My teacher asked this in class and I didn't understand. Please help! A patient with burns complains of numbness and difficulty staying warm. Based on this information, diagnose which layers of skin were damaged and the degree of burns explain?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
"Third-degree burn. This burn reaches into the fat layer beneath the skin. Burned areas may be charred black or white. The skin may look waxy or leathery. Third-degree burns can destroy nerves, causing numbness. A person with this type of burn may also have difficulty breathing or experience smoke inhalation or carbon monoxide poisoning." quoted from http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/burns/basics/symptoms/con-20035028
anonymous
  • anonymous
this might help too: http://www.chw.org/medical-care/burn-program/burn-treatments/classification-and-treatment-of-burns/third-degree-burns/
anonymous
  • anonymous
also this http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/guide/pain-caused-by-burns

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Awesome thank you so much!!
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no problem :)

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