Hi there, I’m a paramedic’s student and I have this subject talking about the pathophysiology of the body. However, I have had a case study includes 4 questions and its need to be answered with references and for the last question make sure you use Queensland Ambulance Services.

Case:
You are called to a 30 year old male who has been burned in a factory blast. His factory colleagues have rescued him and have continually poured water over him for the last 10 minutes.

Assessment:
Alert and oriented but in significant pain, he is speaking in full sentences but his voice is husky.
He has partial thickness circumferential burns to his arms, partial thickness burns to the front of his legs, full thickness to his chest and partial thickness to his abdomen and although he was wearing a helmet at the time he is displaying a singed mustache and eyebrows.
Vital signs, RR 26, SaO2 – not obtained, PR 128 palpable at the radial pulse, BP not obtained,

PMHx:
Nil known allergies
No significant past medical history
No significant family history
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1-What do you know about the patient? What is the key information? What do you still need to find out?

2-Outline 3 provisional diagnoses.

3-Discuss your final diagnosis and the pathophysiology behind the diagnosis. Calculate the fluids required for fluid resuscitation.

4-Discuss the implications for paramedic practice. ((dont forget to include Queensland Ambulance Services for this Q)).

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Hi there, I’m a paramedic’s student and I have this subject talking about the pathophysiology of the body. However, I have had a case study includes 4 questions and its need to be answered with references and for the last question make sure you use on of the ref that are under Q4. –*Case: You are called to a 30 year old male who has been burned in a factory blast. His factory colleagues have rescued him and have continually poured water over him for the last 10 minutes. *Assessment: Alert and oriented but in significant pain, he is speaking in full sentences but his voice is husky. He has partial thickness circumferential burns to his arms, partial thickness burns to the front of his legs, full thickness to his chest and partial thickness to his abdomen and although he was wearing a helmet at the time he is displaying a singed mustache and eyebrows. *Vital signs, RR 26, SaO2 – not obtained, PR 128 palpable at the radial pulse, BP not obtained, *PMHx: Nil known allergies No significant past medical history No significant family history. Questions: 1- What do you know about the patient? What is the key information? What do you still need to find out? 50-100 words ((Identify the important information within the case study to support your diagnoses. Identify additional information you need to clarify or support your diagnosis.)) 2- Calculate the fluids required for fluid resuscitation ?? 3- Discuss your final diagnosis and the pathophysiology behind the diagnosis? 300-500 words “This is a brief overview of the pathophysiology of the diagnosis”. 4- Discuss the implications for paramedic practice. 100-300 words whatever CPG ref you choose Q2 you need to use it with this question *Reference list

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