Initial Evaluation and Treatment for a Burn Patient

Lorman

Learn more on burn injury, prevention and the immediate care needed for patients with burn injuries. In the United States, approximately 486,000 people seek medical treatment for burns each year. Many people may not recognize their risk of burn injury. It will cover the classification system used for burn injuries describe the local and systemic effects of a major burn injury, discuss the potential fluid and electrolyte alterations of the emergent/resuscitative and acute phases of burn management, describe care of the patient with burn injuries, and identify the appropriate patient referral to a burn center.
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Children younger than age 18 can experience one of two types of mood disorders: major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar disorder. Treatment For bipolar disorder, the first treatment response is typically mood stabilizers or antipsychotic medications. Childrenwith MDD are usually treated with antidepressants, psychotherapy or both. Signs and symptoms Major Depressive Disorder (MDD): Feelings of sadness, worthlessness and guilt; disinterest in normal activities; changes in sleep patterns and appetite; fatigue; suicidal thoughts/actions; and impaired cognitive functioning. Depressed children typically withdraw from friends, family members and school.


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Healthcare Disrupted — Applying High Reliability Concepts to Realize Better Operating Margins

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High reliability is being used by healthcare organizations across the country in an effort to reduce medical errors and improve patient safety. However, to truly reduce errors and improve financial and operational performance across a health system, high-reliability concepts should be adopted by all departments across an organization, both clinical and operational.
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Its a bitter pill to swallow: with the rise of high-deductible health plans and the ability to shop around for care, patients arent loyal to practices the way they once were. Everyone tells you to focus on patient engagement, but what tactics actually keep patients-and potential revenue-from walking out the door?
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John Sharp, Senior Manager of Consumer Health IT with HIMSS, will share how the growing availability of consumer wearables, home IoT smart devices, and smart homes create an opportunity for a connected life which supports health. Join us to discuss examples of how: Consumers are increasingly aware of how technology and apps can engage them in healthier lifestyles. Remote patient monitoring is increasingly being used to monitor chronic conditions and showing success in reducing hospital admissions for some (KLAS Report).
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Children younger than age 18 can experience one of two types of mood disorders: major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar disorder. Treatment For bipolar disorder, the first treatment response is typically mood stabilizers or antipsychotic medications. Childrenwith MDD are usually treated with antidepressants, psychotherapy or both. Signs and symptoms Major Depressive Disorder (MDD): Feelings of sadness, worthlessness and guilt; disinterest in normal activities; changes in sleep patterns and appetite; fatigue; suicidal thoughts/actions; and impaired cognitive functioning. Depressed children typically withdraw from friends, family members and school.

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