Critically review and distinguish superficial, partial-thickness and full thickness burns and explain the significance of ‘eschar’. How would/could eschar appear on a Lund-Browder chart

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Critically review and distinguish superficial, partial-thickness and full thickness burns and explain the significance of ‘eschar’. How would/could eschar appear on a Lund-Browder chart

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One of the carbon-carbon bonds breaks first. Which one and why? [200 words].

  • Name the following substance and list all of the bond types that would be broken if it is ideally combusted in pure oxygen
  • Critically review and distinguish superficial, partial-thickness and full thickness burns and explain the significance of ‘eschar’. How would/could eschar appear on a Lund-Browder chart? [200 words]
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