1st Degree: redness, pain , tenderness, minimal edema, blanching with pressure, no vesicles or blisters (although after 24hrs skin may blister and peel)
2nd Degree: Most blebs, blisters, mottled white , pink to cherry red, moderate to severe pain caused by nerve injury, blanching with pressure, red shiny, mild to moderate edema.
3rd Degree: dry, leathery eschar, waxy white, dark brown or charred appearance, strong burn odor, impaired sensation , lack of blanching with pressure
History of being trapped in an enclosed space
Rapid, shallow respirations, increasing hoarseness, coughing, singed nasal or facial hair, smoky breath, difficulty swallowing, restlessness
Leathery, white or charred skin , burn odor, loss of consciousness, impaired touch sensation, dysrhythmias, cardiac arrest, diminished peripheral circulation injured site
Redness, swelling of injured tissue, degeneration of exposed tissue, discoloration of skin, Localized pain, tissue destruction
Respiratory distress, Decreased muscle coordination.