Role of JIPMER Burn Progress Proforma

Year : 2024 | Volume :13 | Issue : 01 | Page : 6-10

Amrutha jyothi

Ravi Kumar Chittoria


Burn injuries represent a significant contributor to mortality rates in developing nations such as India.
While critical care ICUs commonly utilize progress proformas, those specifically tailored for burns are
less prevalent. Recognizing this gap, a modified burn progress proforma has been developed to
encompass comprehensive details for both acute management and rehabilitation strategies. In a country
like India, where burns can have severe consequences, the need for a specialized progress proforma
becomes paramount. The existing progress proformas predominantly cater to critical care units,
potentially overlooking the intricacies involved in burn cases. The adapted burn progress proforma
addresses this limitation by incorporating a more nuanced approach to the acute management of burn
injuries, taking into account the unique challenges presented by burns. This enhanced proforma not
only focuses on the immediate critical care aspects but extends its scope to include a robust framework
for rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is a crucial component in the overall treatment of burn injuries,
ensuring a holistic approach to patient care. By detailing specific parameters related to acute care and
rehabilitation, the modified burn progress proforma aims to serve as a comprehensive tool for
healthcare professionals, optimizing patient outcomes and minimizing the impact of burn injuries on
mortality rates in developing nations like India.

Keywords: JIPMER, Burns, progress, proforma, healthcare

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