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Pathophysiological Changes After Cutaneous Burns
Pulmonary Disorders in the Burn Patient
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acrolein acute adequate administration adult analgesic anesthesia anesthetic Ann Surg antibiotics artery assessment bacterial blood flow Boston Unit Burke JF Burn Care Rehabil burn injury burn unit burned patients carboxyhemoglobin cardiac output catheter cause cell cent TBSA cimetidine clearance Clin clinical colonization complications damage debridement decreased doses drugs early edema effects electrical injury endotracheal tube eschar escharotomy excision excretion factors function gastric glomerular graft gram-negative healing hemodynamic hospital hypovolemia increased infusion inhalation injury intravenous intubation levels loss lung mafenide Martyn JAJ metabolic monitoring morphine muscle normal nursing nutritional occur operating room oxygen pain parenteral phase plasma post-burn pressure protein Pruitt BA pulmonary renal failure respiratory response result scar sepsis serum severely burned silver sulfadiazine skin smoke inhalation sodium stress studies surgery syndrome therapy thermal injury tissue toxic Toxic epidermal necrolysis tracheostomy Trauma treatment tubular ulceration upper airway urine usually vascular ventilation