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Principles of Critical Care, 3e
Part X. The Surgical Patient
Chapter 98. Burns: Resuscitation Phase (0 to 36 Hours)
Robert H. Demling, Leslie Desanti
Care of the burn patient has improved dramatically over the past 10 to 15 years, resulting in a marked decrease in mortality and morbidity, as well as improved functional outcome. The major reason for this improvement is the multidisciplinary approach by a team that has the clinical decision-making skills, experience, and scientific background to render care in a manner that avoids the predictable pitfalls while also maintaining critical care monitoring. A burn center is the best environment to provide this care...."
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