Burn and Frostbite Consults

Care of the Inpatient Burn Patient

Featured Documents

A Few Facts on PTSD and Burn Survivors

PTSD is the most common psychiatric condition that can happen after a burn injury.

Read full document

A Review of a Low-Dose Ketamine Nursing Practice Guideline During Burn Wound Care

A nursing guideline was created to encourage safe practice in the administration of Ketamine during burn wound care to non-intubated patients.

Read full document

Evaluating End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide (etCO2) Monitoring Effectiveness during Burn Wound Care in Non-Intubated Patients

Read full document

The Impact of Hospital-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in a Burn Population After Implementation of Universal Decolonization Protocol

Read full document

ABLS for the Modern Student: Blending Online Learning with High Fidelity Simulation

The Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS)© Provider Course is an opportunity to disseminate information and empower first responders to provide optimal initial management of the burn injured patient.

Read full document

Implementation of a Nurse-Driven Burn Resuscitation Protocol

Burn resuscitation, including titration of fluids and administration of colloids, is often driven by physicians’ orders. Inconsistencies in burn resuscitation cause over resuscitation, which has adverse consequences.

Read full document