Voice 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 throughoutBowel 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 Questions please complete after reviewing case study above1.What is the difference between a second-degree (partial thickness) and third-degree (full-thickness) burn? 2.What is the extent of M.J.’s burn injury and how is it determined? 3.What is the stage classification of her burn injury? How do you make this determination? 4.M.J.’s pain level is a 10. Outline a pain management plan for M.J. at this time. 5.Describe other nursing and collaborative management that is important during this phase.