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  • Print publication year: 2014
  • Online publication date: April 2014

11 - Nutritional support of critically ill burn patients

from Section 4 - Nutritional Support for Specific Conditions and Pathologies

Further reading

AlsbjoernB, GilbertP, HartmannB, et al. Guidelines for the management of partial-thickness burns in general hospital or community setting: recommendations of a European working party. Burns 2007;33:155–160.
DaviesJWL, LiljedahlS. Metabolic consequences of an extensive burn. In: PolkHC, StoneHH (eds) Contemporary Burn Management. Boston: Little, Brown and Company; 1971:151.69.
DayT, DeanP, AdamsMC, et al. Nutritional requirements of the burned child: the Curreri Junior Formula. Proc Am Burn Assoc 1986;18:86.
For deG, JenningsM, AndrassyRI. Serum albumin (oncotic pressure) correlates with enteric feeding tolerance in the pediatric surgical patient. J Pediatr Surg 1987;22:597–600.
HerndonDN, WolfSE, ChinkesDL, WolfeRR. Reversal of catabolism by beta-blockade after severe burns. New Engl J Med 2001;345:1223–1229.
HildrethMA, HerndonDN, DesaiMH, BroemelingLD. Current treatment reduces calories required to maintain weight in pediatric patients with burns. J Burn Care Rehabilitation 1990;11:405–409.
PasulkaPS, WachtelTL. Nutritional considerations for the burned patient. Surg Clin North Am 1987;67:109–131.