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burn center

n.
A multidisciplinary health care facility in which victims of burns are treated.
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Noun1.burn center - a center where patients with severe burns can be treated
center, centre - a building dedicated to a particular activity; "they were raising money to build a new center for research"
hospital, infirmary - a health facility where patients receive treatment
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Therefore, serious burn cases are shifted to Pakistan Medical Institute Islamabad and burn center at the Combined Military Hospital Karian.
On Ericka Drown's first day in University of Utah Health's Burn Center, she went through a baptism of fire--pun intended.
Tahir, project director Burn center and health officials were also present.
The Lithuanian delegation visited the Interregional Center for Surgery of the Brush and Burn Center of the Dnieper.
The results were presented by Jeffrey Carter, MD, FACS, Medical Director & Associate Professor of Surgery at University Medical Center Burn Center & Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA.
[SlideDeck2 id=169158]<br />&nbsp;<br />University Medical Center has opened its Burn Trauma Center, the only burn center and Level 1 Trauma Center between Houston and Mobile, Alabama.<br />The 27,000-square-foot center cost just over $2 million and is accessible by helicopter.
Since he had special interest in the treatment of Burns patients, he visited various international Burns Centers like Rode Kuris Burn Center Beverwijk at Amsterdam, Netherlands, Euro Skin Bank at Netherlands, Broomfield Hospital Burns Center London, University of Washington Burn Center at Harborview Medial Center, and Seattle in USA.
The fire victim, identified by Cottage Grove police as 49-year-old Mark Norman Jacklich, was listed in critical condition at the Oregon Burn Center in Portland on Tuesday evening, a hospital spokeswoman said.
BAMC serves as a health science center for inpatient and ambulatory care, consisting of Graduate Medical Education and training and the only American Burn Association verified Burn Center within the Department of Defense.
Schlitz is no stranger to pain; he's been recuperating for more than a year at the Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center, a sprawling facility on the fourth floor of Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Costa and her associates reviewed clinical data from 193 palm contact-burn injuries in 136 children less than 8 years of age who were admitted to the burn center between 1994 and 2004.
For instance, the researchers point out that keeping all 10 of the critically injured patients meant that the 21-bed burn center had four more intensive care patients at one time than it was designed to handle.