Anesthetic management of patients with major burn injury.

@article{Harbin2012AnestheticMO,
  title={Anesthetic management of patients with major burn injury.},
  author={Kimy R Harbin and Teresa Elaine Norris},
  journal={AANA journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={80 6},
  pages={
          430-9
        }
}
Burn injury is a leading cause of life-threatening trauma worldwide, affecting more than 450,000 Americans each year, and is associated with an average mortality rate of 0.8%. Patients with an increased risk of death from burn injuries include elderly patients and patients with large burns or inhalation injury. Providing optimal care for patients with major burn injuries requires the coordinated effort of multidisciplinary teams in which anesthesia providers play a critical role. Anesthetic… CONTINUE READING

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