Third degree burn

Description Caring for a client with burn Mr. Mason is a 75-year old man admitted to the burn unit 48 hours ago with a diagnosis of third degree burns. He was burning leaves in his yard when his clothes caught fire. The RN is going to care for Mr. Mason what will he/she expect to find related to: Skin involvement, clinical manifestations, and wound appearance. What are the pathophysiological changes associated with severe burns? When Mr. Mason enters the Acute/ intermediate phase of his recovery what are three possible complications? For one of the complications what nursing diagnosis would you identify as a priority and why? Base your initial post on your readings and research of this topic.