burn recovery

burn recovery

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the extent of overall physical and psychological healing following major burn injury. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Investigators believed study participants would be more comfortable and expressive within interviews with the knowledge that the interviewer/primary investigator had also experienced many of the challenges and experiences that are common within burn recovery.
Each participant was asked to recruit a person who was actively involved in their recoveries if available, who could contribute to their individual burn recovery stories.
Recent gifts have funded new state-of-the-art facilities at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and Boston University School of Law, supported the Global Poverty Project towards eradicating polio and established the Cambodian Children's Fund child rescue center, along with research and patient care advancements in cancer, burn recovery and mental health at several major non-profit healthcare organizations.
Post-traumatic growth and spirituality in burn recovery.
SARM agonists are a potential novel treatment for muscle wasting associated with a number of serious chronic and acute medical conditions such as surgical and severe burn recovery, end-stage renal disease and cancer- and AIDS-related cachexia.
Those who work in burn units might teach burn recovery patients how to apply makeup to conceal their injuries.
While in the burn center, Jensen, 54, said he received letters from students at 170 schools and he has since gone to all those campuses and thanked the students for their good wishes and talked to them about fire safety and burn recovery.
His contributions have funded research and patient care advancements in cancer, burn recovery and mental health at several major non-profit healthcare organizations, and have provided support for groups that care for impoverished children in Southeast Asia.