Pro/Con: Burn Resuscitation: How Much to Pour and With What?
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Trauma, Integument, 2022
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Fluid resuscitation remains a cornerstone of burn care but there also remains some controversy in how best to resuscitate burn patients. We have seen both underresuscitation and overresuscitation and the complications that come with them. Speakers will discuss traditional burn resuscitation, complication of burn resuscitation, the use of decision support systems in burn resuscitation, and the use of fluids other than lactated Ringer solution in burn patients.

Learning Objectives:
-Review traditional burn resuscitation
-Recognize fluid creep and complications of overresuscitation and describe computerized decision support systems for burn resuscitation
-Describe other modalities of burn resuscitation such as hypertonic saline, fresh frozen plasma, and vitamin C
Meta Tag
Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Trauma
Knowledge Area Integument
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Burns
Tag Fluids Resuscitation Management
Tag Abdominal Compartment Syndrome
Year 2022
burn shock resuscitation
fluid resuscitation
individualized therapy
monitoring options
over-resuscitation consequences


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