Does Overestimation of Burn Size in Children Requiring Fluid Resuscitation Cause Any Harm?

Abstract

Overestimation of burn size especially in children is common. It is unclear if this may cause harm. This study was designed to assess the accuracy of burn size estimation by referring non-burn clinicians and investigate whether inaccurate estimates caused any harm. Three and a half years retrospective review of pediatric resuscitation burns (ie, ≥10% TBSA… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/BCR.0000000000000382

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