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Anesthesia in Burn Injury Patients

Murat Kuyumcu, Hüseyin Şen, Sezai Özkan.

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Abstract
Burn injury, is deterioration of the skin because of the thermal reasons that is in relationship with external environment. Although skin is the primarily affected organ, complications can occur in all other organs and systems and can lead to significant morbidity and mortality. Treatment and anesthesia practices of the patients with burn injuries requires a multidiscipliary approach and cooperation. The person who is going to apply anesthesia should know the pathophysiological changes in burn injuries and person’s responses to pharmacological agents used in anesthesia.

Key words: Burn injury, anesthesia practices



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