Patient self-reports three months after sustaining a major burn.

@article{Patterson1987PatientST,
  title={Patient self-reports three months after sustaining a major burn.},
  author={David R. Patterson and Kent A. Questad and M D Boltwood and M H Covey and Barbara J de Lateur and Katharine Dutcher and David M. Heimbach and Janet A. Marvin},
  journal={The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation},
  year={1987},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          274-9
        }
}
As survival rates of patients with major burns increase, it is becoming more important to study the course and quality of their recovery. Few studies of the recovery of these patients exist that use a prospective design and standardized measures. This paper describes a preliminary study of the self-reported health of patients three months after sustaining a major burn. An initial analysis was conducted on selected data gathered from 29 patients as part of a more comprehensive, prospective study… CONTINUE READING