Assessment of Major Burn Patients with Biochemical Markers

Cınar MA, Erkılıc A, Bayramlar K, Gunes A, Yakut Y
2019 Molecular Biology  
Burn injury causes serious mortality and morbidity. Especially all pathophysiologic responses are seen in burn patients who are affected in more than 20% of total body surface. In the literature, biochemical studies on burns are usually studies investigating the effects of inflammation, sepsis and inhalation. However, studies that evaluated the wound healing and clinical course with biochemical parameters are limited. In particular, there were no studies investigating the effects of early
more » ... therapy on burn patients. Using biochemical parameters to evaluate these physiological changes seen in major burns can give more objective data. Therefore, the aim of this review is to discuss the recent advances in research into the utility of biomarkers in burn injury and to examine the effect of physiotherapy on these parameters.
doi:10.4172/2168-9547.1000226 fatcat:ddniikzj55b45oo766ivqvhlpu