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 atM. R. BANGUR HOSPITAL TOLLYGUNGE KOLKATA- 33 over 157 patientsto study factors affecting mortality in burn patients from January 2014to December 2015.Most of the burns are domestic 88.6% and 56.1%% of these occur inkitchen. Flame catching fire is the chief cause of burn (72%) in this partof country.Females (house-wives 54.1%) are the most common victims of burn themale female ratio being 12.01. The risk of death was 2.38 times moreamong 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