Burn Care and Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice
Reginald Richard, Marlys Staley
F.A. Davis, 1994 - Medical - 711 pages
Aimed at physical therapists and students of rehabilitation, this series exposes the reader to today's most challenging concepts in rehabilitation in a problem-solving format. The emphasis is on clinical decision making. The intent of the series is to promote a clear grasp of concepts in clinical practice through an analytical perspective that will complement the academic or workshop presentations in the field of rehabilitation therapy.
Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin
Pathologic Manifestations of Burn Injury
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abduction activities ambulation ankle applied bandage blood body Burn Care Rehabil burn injury burn patient burn scar burn scar contractures burn wound burned hand cast cells Clin clinical collagen compression damage debridement decreased deformity dermis distal donor sites dorsal dressing changes edema effects elastic elastomer elbow electrical injuries epidermal epidermis eschar escharotomy evaluation excision extension factors fibers fibroblasts FIGURE finger flexion fluid function gauze glove granulation tissue heat hospital hydrotherapy hypertrophic scars immobilization increased infection initial intervention involved keloids keratinocytes layer lower extremity MP joint muscle nerve normal occur opioids outpatient oxygen pain palmar pediatric percent phase physical PIP joint position postburn pressure garments prevent problems procedures range of motion rehabilitation require scar band scar contracture scar tissue shoulder skin grafts splint stretch surface Surg surgery surgical techniques tendon therapist therapy thermal thumb tion Trauma treatment upper extremity vascular wound healing wrap wrist