Special Issue "Critical Care in Burns"
A special issue of European Burn Journal (ISSN 2673-1991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2021) | Viewed by 9491
Interests: burn critical care; organ support
Interests: burn; trauma; stress response; inflammation; hypermetabolism, including insulin resistance; cell regeneration; gene transfer; stem cells
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Despite significant advances in the management of severe burns over the past decade, mortality remains high, and among the survivors, both physical and emotional disability are prevalent. There is no doubt that we can do better. Our hypothesis is that the initial phase of burn care determines long-term outcomes and, therefore, burn critical care remains integral for patient outcomes.
In this Special Issue, we would like to present clinically relevant updates for every facet of burn care for the most severely burned: from initial resuscitation, through surgical and intensive care management, burn metabolism, acute rehabilitation, all the way to recovery and long-term outcomes.
We will focus on evidence-based therapeutic guidelines and will include new treatment aspects with the focus of improving the acute and long-term outcomes of burn patients.
Prof. Dr. Kevin K Chung
Prof. Dr. Marc Jeschke
Manuscript Submission Information
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