Return to work as a measure of outcome in adults hospitalized for acute burn treatment.

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Rehabilitation of patients with burn injuries is receiving renewed interest because survival has improved, and health reform has mandated outcomes assessment. To determine factors affecting return to work, a survey was conducted among 234 employed patients treated from 1986 through 1993. The mean burn size was 13.3% total body surface area. Patients… (More)

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@article{Saffle1996ReturnTW, title={Return to work as a measure of outcome in adults hospitalized for acute burn treatment.}, author={J. R. Saffle and G M Tuohig and Joseph Sullivan and J Patrick Shelby and Suzanne Evans Morris and Manisha Mone}, journal={The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation}, year={1996}, volume={17 4}, pages={353-61} }