City Fires: Group Burn Trauma
Cases of group burn trauma are typical results of city fires, occurring seven times more often than in country areas.
Fire burn injury is characterized by its specific pathology, and great severity and mortality, and special methods are required to help the victims.
KeywordsTotal Body Surface Area Fire Disaster Disaster Medicine Fire Fatality Smoke Inhalation Injury
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