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Integument and Burns

NRTC Class 55 MS2

2 skin layers dermis epidermis
2 layers of epidermis stratum corneum, stratum basale or germnativum
components of dermis blood vessels, nerves, glands, hair follicles
subcutaneous tissue attaches where muscles and bones
melanin production is controlled by what structure pituitary gland
Functions of skin protection, temp reg, sensory, chemical synthesis
Radiation transfer of heat to environment
conduction transfer of head via contact- cool cloth to warm skin
evaporation sweating
convection cool breeze across warm body surfaces
hair is made up of keratin and amino acids
Apocrine sweat glands sebum in hair/ear wax
Eccrine sweat glands electrolyte/fluid loss via sweat on skin
sebaceous glands produce what sebum on skin
macule freckle
papule wart
vesicle blister
pustule boil/acne
nodule enlarged node
cyst tissue growth- skin cells packed inside
what are liver spots senile lentigens
senile keratoses raised, hard lesions
Stage 1 pressure injury characteristics non blanchable skin, erythema- NO open skin
Stage 2 pressure injury characteristics blister or any kind of open to the skin
Stage 3 pressure injury characteristics opening extends into subcut tissue- any yellow at all is stage 3
Stage 4 pressure injury characteristics exposure of muscle or bone- high risk of sepsis
What is a braden scale PI risk assessment scale
Braden scoring 6 or < is VERY HIGH 19 or > no risk
6 assessed areas using braden Sensory perception, moisture, activity, mobility, nutrition, friction/shear
2 types of dermatitis allergic (includes rhus) and primary irritant
comedone black head
tretinoin topical
isotretinoin accutane- PREGNANCY
antibiotics for acne tetracycline erythromycin
number one rule with dermabrasion avoid sun
Rosacea unknown cause, H Pylori, CHRONIC, incurable but manageable
assessment findings with rosacea intermittent blushing, papules, pustules, rhinophyma
education for rosacea track triggers, cover in cold, prevent overheating, gently wash face
Dermaphytosis superficial fungal infections- ring worm, athletes foot, jock itch, tinea capitis
woods light used to treat tinea
Created by: torrieb3