NSA 1/23/20 PED Burn Management
Speaker: Clyde Ikeda, MD, KP San Francisco
Planner: Isabelle Haller, MD
Burns can be a traumatic experience for the patient, family members, and health care providers. Treatment of burns can vary depending on severity and etiology. Burns can be life threatening, be disfiguring, can have a negative impact the patient and family members’ physical, mental, and social support. As a result, it is important that clinicians understand the different types of burns, which requires critical care, how to stabilize burn patients, when to transfer, and who to refer to for further ongoing care
• The patient will receive safe effective/efficient pediatric triage to a facility that
can manage their level of care (inpatient vs outpatient)
• The patient will receive adequate pain management, wound management
• The patient will receive pediatric follow up and resources for treatment of their
burn after discharge
Plastic Surgeons, Pediatrics and other interested clinicians
Fairfield, Chadbourne Bldg, KP Mental Health Bldg, Grp. Rm. 1
Plastic Surgery and Pediatrics and other interested clinicians
- Recognize child abuse burns.
- Implement stabilization and treatment of burn injuries and manage pain.
- Utilize admission criteria.
- Summarize transfer and referral for ongoing care.
- Track percentage of Total Body Surface Area and photograph.
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CREDITS & ACCREDITATION:
Kaiser Napa Solano Area is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Kaiser Napa Solano Area designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™