Burn management

  title={Burn management},
  author={Frederick W. Endorf and D. Ahrenholz},
  journal={Current Opinion in Critical Care},
  • Frederick W. Endorf, D. Ahrenholz
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Critical Care
  • Purpose of reviewTo update critical care practitioners on the recent advancements in burn care. Recent findingsParticular topics discussed include airway management, acute resuscitation, issues within the intensive care unit, nutrition, and wound management. SummaryThis is a concise review of the recent burn literature tailored to the critical care practitioner. Criteria for extubation of burn patients are examined, as is the need for cuffed endotracheal tubes in pediatric burn patients… CONTINUE READING
    17 Citations
    Toward Targeted Early Burn Care: Lessons From a European Survey
    • 12
    Acute burn resuscitation and fluid creep: it is time for colloid rehabilitation.
    • 34
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    A Protocol of Early Aggressive Acceleration of Tube Feeding Increases Ileus Without Perceptible Benefit in Severely Burned Patients
    • 10
    A 12-Year Comparison of Common Therapeutic Interventions in the Burn Unit
    • C. Whitehead, M. Serghiou
    • Medicine
    • Journal of burn care & research : official publication of the American Burn Association
    • 2009
    • 21
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    Early Enteral Nutrition in Burns: Compliance With Guidelines and Associated Outcomes in a Multicenter Study
    • 84
    Pre–Burn Center Management of the Burned Airway: Do We Know Enough?
    • 44
    Colloid Normalizes Resuscitation Ratio in Pediatric Burns
    • 46
    Effect of early enteral nutrition on morbidity and mortality in children with burns.
    • 59
    Respiratory management of inhalation injury.
    • 174
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    Enteral feeding during operative procedures in thermal injuries.
    • 120
    Beta-blocker use is associated with improved outcomes in adult burn patients.
    • 104
    The Impact of Laser Doppler Imaging on Time to Grafting Decisions in Pediatric Burns
    • 41