Acute Management of the Burned Patient
J. A. Jeevendra Martyn
Saunders, Jan 1, 1990 - Medical - 341 pages
A text which covers all major aspects of anaesthesia and critical care of the burned patient. It includes discussions of first aid, pathophysiology of cutaneous burns, endocrine problems, pulmonary problems, intensive care, complications, and pain therapy,
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