Burn rehabilitation: State of the science

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Burn rehabilitation: State of the science
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Journal Article
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American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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2006, vol. 85, issue 4, pp 383-413
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Article presents an evidence-based review of the scientific literature on rehabilitation of individuals with burn injuries. Evidence from the studies was classified using a 4-tiered system designed to reflect the degree of potential bias in the findings: level I, low; level II, moderate; level III, moderate to high; and level IV, very high. Information is provided regarding: acute management of burn injuries; medical and psychological complication and outcomes; community integration; and general outcomes for adults and children.
Esselman, Peter C.; Thombs, Brett D.; Magyar-Russell, Gina; Fauerbach, James A.
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