Improved Survival of Burned Patients With Inhalation Injury

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  • The improvement in survival of patients with inhalation injury represents the aggregate effects of the general improvement and outcome of all burned patients, the prevention of pneumonia by high-frequency ventilation, and the reduced mortality from the pneumonias that did occur. (Arch Surg. 1993;128:772-780). © 1993, American Medical Association. All rights reserved.
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  • Rue LW; Cioffi MWG; Mason AD; McManus CWF; Pruitt CBA
  • Start Page

  • 772
  • End Page

  • 780
  • Volume

  • 128
  • Issue

  • 7