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Factors contributing to normothermia in people with a major burn injury in the first 24 hours of hospital admission
thesisposted on 2023-05-25, 04:55 authored by Jessica Clack
Through a retrospective chart audit, this research revealed that the body temperature of a burn-injured person on admission to hospital is a key factor in contributing to normothermia following hypothermia. This finding will assist patients immediate emergency care needs.
LocationCentral Queensland University
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SupervisorDr Sandra Walker ; Professor Trudy Dwyer
- Master's by Research Thesis