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Clinical Review: Glucose Control in Severely Burned Patients - Current Best Practice

Jeschke, M.G. (2013). Clinical Review: Glucose Control in Severely Burned Patients - Current Best Practice. Critical Care. 17(4):232.

This article reviews studies focused on glucose control in burn patients. The author concludes that a glucose level between 130-150 mg/dL improves morbidity and mortality without inducing hypoglycemic episodes.
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