Role of Nutrition Support in Improving Serum Pre Albumin Level and its Outcome on Wound Healing in a Burn Patient – A Case Report


Authors : Manimegalai B, Ramesh S.

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 6 - June

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Management of burns requires multidisciplinary approach with efforts from various specialty teams likephysicians, nurses and allied health professionals like dietitians, physiotherapists etc. The dietetic team has a defined and mandatory role in the care of the burn patients, from the acute phase followed through rehabilitation. Prealbumin is a versatile nutritionalparameter compared to serum albumin and the most significantly correlated factor to graft healing in burn wounds.This case report describes about the importance of providing adequate nutritionsupport delivery in improving prealbuminstatus anditsoutcome onwound healing.

Keywords : Pre albumin, wound healing, TBSA, MNT.

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