Classification Of Burns Rule Of Nines

 

Classification Of Burns Rule Of Nines

 
Classification Of Burns Rule Of Nines

Classification Of Burns Rule Of Nines

Burns are classified as severe if they cover 20% or more of the total body surface area (excluding superficial burns like sunburn), are complicated by trauma or inhalation injury, or are caused by chemicals or high-voltage electricity. One way to estimate the surface area affected by a burn in an adult is to apply the “rule of nines,” in which the body is divided into areas that are approximately 9% or multiples of 9% of the total body surface. Three factors that increase the risk of death from burn injury are (1) age older than 60 years, (2) partial-thickness and full-thickness burns of over 40% body surface area, and (3) the presence of inhalation injury.

Source: Clinically Oriented Anatomy

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