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Title: Guidelines for burn rehabilitation in China
Authors: Cen, Y
Chai, J
Chen, H
Chen, J
Guo, G
Han, C
Hu, D
Huan, J
Huang, X
Jia, C
Li-Tsang, WPC 
Li, J
Li, Z
Liu, Q
Liu, Y
Luo, G
Lv, G
Niu, X
Peng, D
Peng, Y
Qi, H
Qi, S
Sheng, Z
Tang, D
Wang, Y
Wu, J
Xia, Z
Xie, W
Yang, H
Yi, X
Yu, L
Zhang, G
Keywords: Burn
Physical therapy
Occupational Therapy
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: BioMed Central Ltd.
Source: Burns & trauma, 2015, v. 3, no. 20, p. 1-10 How to cite?
Journal: Burns & trauma 
Abstract: Quality of life and functional recovery after burn injury is the final goal of burn care, especially as most of burn patients survive the injury due to advanced medical science. However, dysfunction, disfigurement, contractures, psychological problems and other discomforts due to burns and the consequent scars are common, and physical therapy and occupational therapy provide alternative treatments for these problems of burn patients. This guideline, organized by the Chinese Burn Association and Chinese Association of Burn Surgeons aims to emphasize the importance of team work in burn care and provide a brief introduction of the outlines of physical and occupational therapies during burn treatment, which is suitable for the current medical circumstances of China. It can be used as the start of the tools for burn rehabilitation.
ISSN: 2321-3876 (online)
DOI: 10.1186/s41038-015-0019-3
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