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An OT is working with a patient in acute care who presents with a burn that has damaged the epidermis and deep layers of the dermis including the hair follicles and blood vessels located in the dermis. The patient received this injury by taking out a cake from a broken oven. In the first treatment session, the patient asks the OT when the wound will heal. How should the OT best respond?
A. A superficial partial thickness burn typically resolves after 7-21 days
B. A deep partial thickness burn typically resolves in 3-5 weeks
C. A full thickness burn will require skin grafting
D. A first degree burn will resolve in 7 days

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B

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B

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First degree burn: A superficial burn that only affects the top layer of skin (epidermis). There is no blistering, it is painful, the skin is red, and it heals in heals in 3-4 days

Second degree burn: The burn extends below the top layer of skin (epidermis) into the layers below (dermis). There is blistering, the top of blisters consist of dead skin, and it heals in 10-14 days

Third degree burn: The burn extends all the way through all layers of skin.It appears white, brown, black or cherry and red in appearance. It may or may not have blisters. It require specialized treatment and possibly surgery

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