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. 2004 Jul 10;329(7457):101-3.
doi: 10.1136/bmj.329.7457.101.

Initial Management of a Major Burn: II--assessment and Resuscitation

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Initial Management of a Major Burn: II--assessment and Resuscitation

Shehan Hettiaratchy et al. BMJ. .
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Figure 2
Lund and Browder chart
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Figure 3
Escharotomy in a leg with a circumferential deep dermal burn
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Figure 4
Diagram of escharotomies for the chest
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Figure 6
Full thickness burn in a black patient. In a white patient with extensive burns, such full thickness burns can easily be mistaken for unburnt skin
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Figure 1
Wallace rule of nines
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Figure 5
Diagram of the different burn depths

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