Efficacy of Haptoglobin in Haemolysis and Prevention of Acute Renal Disorders Following Severe Burn Injury
In Japan recent interest in burn injury has focused on the survival rate, and the pathophysiology of severely burned patients. The main causes of death in severely burned patients are sepsis and acute organ failure, while acute renal failure secondary to haemoglobinuria also occurs as a cause of death in early stages.
KeywordsAcute Renal Failure Blood Urea Nitrogen Free Haemoglobin Burned Patient Free Water Clearance
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