Result: In severe burn group, TnT level was 0.58±0.18 ng/ml and the positive rate was 56%. In electric burn group, TnT level was 0.71±0.45 ng/ml and the positive rate was 50% . In moderate burn group, TnT level was 0.08±0.06 ng/ml and the positive rate was 13% .
Methods The study group included 150 major burn patients admitted from Jan. 2000 to Dec. 2002, who received rehabilitation nursing using Orem Theory, and the control group included 131 major burn patients of matched conditions, who received routine nursing care. SAS and SDS scores of the study group before and after nursing intervention, and the re - taxis and disability rates between the two groups were compared.
②In patients with moderate burn,the lowered CD 4/CD 8 ratio was caused mainly by decreased CD 4,while that in patients with severe and very severe burns caused by combined action of decreased CD 4 and increased CD 8.③The larger the area of burns,the more prominently lowered the cellular immunity function and the more complex the mechanism of occurrence.
Finally, the pathophysiological response of different vital organs as a result of severe burn trauma and the providing of modern options for treatment are explained, with focus on the intraabdominal compartment syndrome.
A study was therefore designed to determine the efficacy and tolerance of IFN-gamma in preventing death related to infection in patients with severe burn injury who are at risk of infection.
Plasma oxidative parameters and mortality in patients with severe burn injury
Early coagulation disorders after severe burn injury: impact on mortality
The extended use of bi-lobed flaps from shoulder and thoracic in severe burn scarring of the face
This pattern is slightly different in catabolic conditions such as AIDS (wasting in adults; failure to thrive in children), uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, trauma, and severe burns.
Modern intensive care combined with current improvements in the specific, systemic and local therapy of burns has delayed the mortal effects of severe burns.
Pain relief with low-dose intravenous clonidine in a child with severe burns
Recent advances in resuscitation therapy have increased the survival rate of patients with severe burns in the burn shock phase.
The positive anti-infective effects of interferon (IFN)-gamma observed in animal models and in clinical studies, for example in chronic granulomatous disease, provided the rationale for a study to investigate its use in patients with severe burns.