STUDY OF FACTORS AFFECTING MORTALITY IN BURN PATIENTS ABOVE 18 YEARS OF AGE
|Submitted by :||DR AMIT RANJAN|
|University:||NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATION, NEW DELHI.|
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|Year of award :||2016|
|Awards :||DIPLOMATE OF NATIONAL BOARD (GENERAL SURGERY)|
This is a cross - sectional, prospective, observational study conducted at
M. R. BANGUR HOSPITAL, TOLLYGUNGE, KOLKATA- 33 over 157 patients
to study factors affecting mortality in burn patients from January 2014
to December 2015.
Most of the burns are domestic 88.6% and 56.1%% of these occur in
kitchen. Flame catching fire is the chief cause of burn (72%) in this part
Females (house-wives 54.1%) are the most common victims of burn, the
male: female ratio being 1:2.01. The risk of death was 2.38 times more
among females as compared to males.
Most of the patients are Hindu 86% and comes from rural areas 81.5%.
47.1% patients come from the age group 19-39 years and female...
- AIMS & OBJECTIVES
- REVIEW OF LITERATURE
- METHODS AND MATERIALS
- CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY
- INFORMED CONSENT FORM IN ENGLISH,HINDI & BANGLA
- PATIENT INFORMATION SHEET IN ENGLISH,HINDI & BANGLA.
- MASTER CHART