Edited by: Jian-An Li
Disabilities post burns are related not only physical functions, but also psychologic and social functions. Therefore, the challenges for the burn management are not only to rescue the injured, but also to rehabilitate those people to have independent, creative and meaningful life.
This series will cover latest research findings in technology and experience in clinical practice, including exercises, physical modalities, occupational and vocational interventions, psychological management, as well as social interactions. Rehabilitation interventions regarding to common burn complications will also be discussed, including DVT, contractures, malnutrition, bladder management, cardio-pulmonary deconditioning and training, and osteoporosis.
This series was published in Burns & Trauma.