Pediatric Burns Bradley J. Phillips

ISBN: 9781604976960

Published: February 29th 2012

Hardcover

526 pages


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Pediatric Burns  by  Bradley J. Phillips

Pediatric Burns by Bradley J. Phillips
February 29th 2012 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 526 pages | ISBN: 9781604976960 | 5.30 Mb

In the United States alone, burns are the third leading cause of death among children 0 to 14 years of age. In addition, each year greater than 125,000 children suffer serious burn injuries, with a disturbing percentage of those through abuse. YetMoreIn the United States alone, burns are the third leading cause of death among children 0 to 14 years of age.

In addition, each year greater than 125,000 children suffer serious burn injuries, with a disturbing percentage of those through abuse. Yet the number of specialized burn centers in the U.S. is not near enough to be in proximity or even accessible to the majority of these patients. The situation is even worse in most other regions of the world. Therefore, it is critical that the information in this book reaches as many caregivers as possible because treatment of burn injuries has undergone dramatic changes over time in every area, from surgical procedures to respiratory and fluid resuscitation and even nourishment and metabolic support.

The ability to recognize and react appropriately to pediatric injury can greatly affect the outcome and prognosis, up to and including the patients future quality of life. It is in this context that this comprehensive guide for the diagnosis, treatment and follow up of the burned child from Time Zero through Long-term Rehabilitation was put together. This book is essential for the medical professional involved in attaining the most positive outcome possible for their patients and their families.



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