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Read the following case study and answer the questions. Patient ProfileM.J. is a 23-year-old white woman transferred via ambulance to the hospital after a fire in her apartment. She was asleep when the fire started and managed to make her way out of the apartment through the smoke. She sustained second- and third-degree burns over the right side of her face and neck, right side of the anterior trunk, 2/3 of lower right thigh, and right arm. In the emergency department, she received a tetanus shot, morphine for pain, and 2 L of IV fluids.Subjective DataSingle, lives aloneAttends local college part-time while working full-time as a waitressDenies tobacco, alcohol, and drug useObjective DataPhysical ExaminationBlood pressure 190/80, pulse 88, temperature 99° F, respirations 28Height 5’4”, weight 180 lbsVoice is hoarse; singed nose hairProductive cough with moderate amounts of gray sputumPupils equal, round, reactive to light and accommodation; right eye swollenHeart rate and rhythm regular; no murmurLungs with wheezes throughout