Burn Care in Disaster and other Austere Settings

Jeng, J., Gibran, N., and Peck, M. (2014). Burn Care in Disaster and other Austere Settings. (Abstract only.) Surgical Clinics of North America. 94(4):893-907.
This article appears in a special issue dedicated to burns and discusses considerations for managing burn patients in conditions with limited resources, such as using oral hydration for resuscitation. The authors maintain that all plans should include procedures for resuscitation, airway management, wound care, and pain management, and should be tested their limits on a regular basis.
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