Burn Injuries: Part II, Emergency Interventions & Rehabilitation
There are many different types of burn injuries, including those from fire, scalds, electricity, friction, contact with chemicals, and others. The one constant is that people who suffer burns have a desire for minimal scarring and impact to their lives. Emergency intervention is key in returning patients to their lives with minimal scarring and other lasting effects. Burn Series Part II discusses life-saving measures and burn wound treatment during the initial stabilization and preparation of a burn patient for transfer to a regional burn center according to established criteria.
- Fluid Resuscitation
- Parkland formula
- Modified brooke formula
- Fluid Creep
- Colloid Solutions
- Wound Protection
- Maintaining a Warm Body Temperature
- Patient Stabilization And Transfer Criteria To A Burn Center
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