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Enzymatic debridement

Debridement of burn wounds can be achieved using both surgical and non-surgical methods. Enzymatic debridement is a form of non-surgical debridement; the most commonly described and clinically applicable form of enzymatic debridement is NexoBrid®.

Inhalation injury to the upper respiratory tract

An upper respiratory tract inhalation injury has specific physical signs and symptoms, such as burns to the face and difficulty breathing. Here you can find information on the etiology, signs and symptoms of an inhalation injury to the upper respiratory tract, as well as treatment approaches.

Primary survey: ABCDEF

You should conduct the primary survey for every adult burn patient. The order of assessment is designed to ensure that the most life-threatening issues are treated first. It is therefore vital you follow the process in order, even if the burn injury distracts you from other injuries.