Heart rate and rhythm regular; no murmurLungs with wheezes throughout Bowel sounds diminished in all four quadrantsRestless, complaining of pain at a level 10 on ten-scaleUrinary catheter draining burgundy colored urineNasogastric tube is draining yellow-green drainageDiscussion Questions1What is the difference between a second-degree (partial thickness) and third-degree (full-thickness) burn?2What is the extent of M.J.’s burn injury and how is it determined? 3What is the stage classification of her burn injury? How do you make this determination?4Calculate M.J.’s fluid requirements for the first 24 hours using the Parkland formula. 5The nurse is concerned about smoke inhalation. What assessment findings would support her concerns?6M.J.’s pain level is a 10. Outline a pain management plan for M.J. at this time.7Describe other nursing and interprofessional management that is important during this phase.8Because of her injury, M.J. is at high risk for infection. What measures will the nurse implement to reduce the risk of infection?9What interventions can the nurse use to address the emotional needs of a burn patient?