Human Anatomy & Physiology 12 Chapter 4 The Integumentary System Station 1 Station 2 The Case of Skin Cancer Follow the case of a young woman who has an unusual mole on her shoulder. Students use the “ABCDE” characteristics of skin cancer to determine that the mole should be biopsied. They analyze a simulated biopsy and determine that the mole is melanoma, a particularly dangerous type of skin cancer. They use materials provided to design and conduct an experiment to test one way to reduce outdoor ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. They use graphic cutouts to create a Skin Cancer and Sun Safety infographic. Station 3 Rules of Nine Using the Rules of Nine to determine extent of burn. Scan the code and watch the video then answer the questions that follow. Station 4 3-D Skin Model Part 1: Using molding clay your group will create a 3-D model of the skin. Your model must be accurate. You are to also label your model. Part 2: Choose a disease/condition to research. Human Anatomy & Physiology 12 Chapter 4 The Integumentary System Name ____________________________________________________ Block ________________________ Date _______________________ Rules of Nine Directions: Using the Rules of Nine to determine extent of burn. Scan the code above and watch the video then answer the questions that follow. Use the chart in your textbook found on page 125 or below to help answer the questions. Written Response Define the burn. _______________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ A burn patient has isolated and patchy third degree burns. Which classification method would be most useful to you in determining percentage of body area affected __________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Distinguish between second-degree burn and third-degree burn. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Estimating Extent of Burns A patient has burns on the front of both arms and her entire chest above her costal margin. What is the most accurate estimate of the amount of body surface burned A 21 year old male tripped and fell into a small camp fire. He has burns to his hands, anterior forearms and upper chest. What percentage of his body has been burned? A 60 year old man has been burned in a house fire. He has partial and full thickness burns to the anterior surface of his neck, chest, and abdomen. The approximate percentage of burn injury sustained is: A 23 year old male has partial thickness burns to his anterior thighs and full thickness burns to his perineum. Using the rule of nines what is his percent of body surface area burned A three-year-old male has received full thickness burns covering the arms, posterior trunk and right leg. What percentage of burns did the child receive?