Lund-Brow·der chart(lund-brow'dĕr chahrt)
A tabular scale used to determine the scope of burns in children.
An instrument to gauge the percentage of the body of a child that has been burned. In pediatric patients (in whom the body surface area of the limbs and trunk varies with age) this chart provides a more accurate measure of the total body surface area involved by a burn than does the rule of nines. See: rule of nines