The Bali Burn Disaster Implications and Lessons Learned

Kennedy, P.J., Haertsch, P.A., and Maitz, P.K. (2005). The Bali Burn Disaster: Implications and Lessons Learned. (Abstract only.) Journal of Burn Care Rehabilitation.  26(2):125-31.
This article details the experience of an Australian hospital managing 12 patients from the Bali bomb blast in 2002 that were received 54-69 hours after receiving initial care in Indonesia. Burns ranged from 15% to 85% of each patient’s body and were generally full-thickness burns; all patients survived.
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