Corpus ID: 7805606

Oral rehydration solutions for burn management in the field and underdeveloped regions: a review.

@article{Vyas2013OralRS,
  title={Oral rehydration solutions for burn management in the field and underdeveloped regions: a review.},
  author={Krishna S Vyas and L. Wong},
  journal={International journal of burns and trauma},
  year={2013},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          130-6
        }
}
Burn injuries are the fourth most common type of trauma worldwide, and the appropriate care of burn injuries in resource-limited settings such as the battlefield, underdeveloped nations, or in mass casualtiesremains a significant challenge. Rehydration constitutes the primary treatment of the systemic effects of burns and is a major factor in patient recovery. The standard of care for the replenishment of fluid and electrolyte losses in burn injury remains intravenous fluid therapy, but oral… Expand
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