moderate burn

moderate burn

A thermal injury of moderate severity which should be managed on an inpatient basis. Moderate burns involve 10–20% of the total body surface area (or 5–10% in the elderly or very young); 2­–5% is full thickness. Moderate burns may have inhalation injury or include circumferential areas of an extremity.
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The two persons sustained serious to moderate burn wounds and were rushed to the city hospital, local radio stations reported.
2006), we surveyed a random sample (n = 223) of middens stratified by severity of burn (n = 56 no burn, n = 56 light burn, n = 47 moderate burn, n = 64 severe burn) during 14 October-4 November 2006 and 13-28 October 2007 within the perimeter of the Nuttall Complex fire that occurred in 2004.
We have demonstrated a significant reduction in the 24-hour IV fluid requirement of patients with moderate burn injuries by a systematic supplementation with ORT using Ceralyte[R]90.
One teen boy with a moderate burn injury said, "I play football, baseball, and sports.
Moderate burn severity was 23 percent, and high burn severity of 16 percent.
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He said Civil Defence crews rushed to the scene, extinguished the blaze and evacuated the dead to the Jerash Government Hospital, adding that a firefighter suffered moderate burns while fighting the blaze.
Laser power was adjusted to produce moderate burns and the treatment time was recorded.
Early tangential excision and skin grafting of moderate burns is superior to honey dressing: a prospective randomised trial.
Colonel Bin Kanoon said three crew members sustained serious to moderate burns.
The youngsters were admitted to Al Ain Hospital's Intensive Care Unit, suffering from smoke inhalation, moderate burns and breathing difficulty.