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  • Mortality risk factors in war-related pediatric burns: A comparative study among two distinct populations. [Journal Article]
  • BBurns 2018 Mar 15
  • Buyukbese Sarsu S, Budeyri A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our analysis showed that flame/fire and blast burns were severe and fatal in more pediatric Syrian victims than the Turkey residents due to the severity of war inflicted burned wounds, the living conditions at the refugee camps, and the tent cities. Our present study is significant as our data would alert authorities to predict pediatric WRBI risk factors, burn survivals and casualties, and thus plan strategies to promote training programs for burn management of two distinct populations to reduce risk factors of burn mortality. Burnt surface area (BuSA) is a new parameter we derived to predict mortality risk factors in WRBI.
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