EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH

This is a retrospective analytic study of the data collected from inpatients admitted to Basrah Teaching hospital during the period 1992 �1998. They were 1726 patients (not include those treated as outpatients) classified as males & females, adults and children (<12 years of age) with an aver...

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Main Author: Zuhair F Fathallah
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: university of basrah 2005-06-01
Series:Basrah Journal of Surgery
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Online Access:https://bjsrg.uobasrah.edu.iq/article_55417_b2db10c0459c7da7f0bf290279d3a7d7.pdf
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spelling doaj-52f53415e8f144eb9350402cf72bcf5a2020-11-25T03:48:04Zenguniversity of basrahBasrah Journal of Surgery1683-35892409-501X2005-06-01111606610.33762/bsurg.2005.5541755417EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAHZuhair F FathallahThis is a retrospective analytic study of the data collected from inpatients admitted to Basrah Teaching hospital during the period 1992 �1998. They were 1726 patients (not include those treated as outpatients) classified as males & females, adults and children (<12 years of age) with an average annual admission of 246.5 patients. The bulk of the cases are adult females and children males. Sex ratio is 1.1: 1 but with variation according to age. Adult to children ratio is 1.4: 1. Seasonality is not that clear but showed some increase in winter months. The flame burn cases formed the bulk of the burn being 52.9% followed by scalds and electric burn. The most common place of burn is home and especially the kitchen and bathroom. Overall mortality is 23.1% with age and sex variation.https://bjsrg.uobasrah.edu.iq/article_55417_b2db10c0459c7da7f0bf290279d3a7d7.pdfepidemiological profile of burn injuries in basrah
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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
Basrah Journal of Surgery
epidemiological profile of burn injuries in basrah
author_facet Zuhair F Fathallah
author_sort Zuhair F Fathallah
title EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
title_short EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
title_full EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
title_fullStr EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
title_full_unstemmed EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BURN INJURIES IN BASRAH
title_sort epidemiological profile of burn injuries in basrah
publisher university of basrah
series Basrah Journal of Surgery
issn 1683-3589
2409-501X
publishDate 2005-06-01
description This is a retrospective analytic study of the data collected from inpatients admitted to Basrah Teaching hospital during the period 1992 �1998. They were 1726 patients (not include those treated as outpatients) classified as males & females, adults and children (<12 years of age) with an average annual admission of 246.5 patients. The bulk of the cases are adult females and children males. Sex ratio is 1.1: 1 but with variation according to age. Adult to children ratio is 1.4: 1. Seasonality is not that clear but showed some increase in winter months. The flame burn cases formed the bulk of the burn being 52.9% followed by scalds and electric burn. The most common place of burn is home and especially the kitchen and bathroom. Overall mortality is 23.1% with age and sex variation.
topic epidemiological profile of burn injuries in basrah
url https://bjsrg.uobasrah.edu.iq/article_55417_b2db10c0459c7da7f0bf290279d3a7d7.pdf
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