Ann Plast Reconstr Surg | Volume 5, Issue 2 | Research Article | Open Access
Vijay Bhatia*, Sruja Dipakbhai Narola, Kena Maheshbhai Patel, Ranjit Raghubhai Zapadiya and Archana Thakur
Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery, SVP Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, India
*Correspondance to: Vijay BhatiaFulltext PDF
COVID-19 has had immense effect on the resource of the country with large number of admissions in the critical care unit and in the ward. The paper gives an insight to the plastic surgery related problems encountered in a designated COVID-19 institute, like pressure sore, facial fracture and accidental scald burn. We assessed the spectrum of referrals that were seen and have drawn a relation to the drugs administered, falls in the ward, scald burn due to steam inhalation and the correlation between the number of patients who were intubated or required any assistance in respiration due to the COVID-19 pneumonia.
COVID-19; Pressure sore; Accidental scald burn; Facial fracture
Bhatia V, Narola SD, Patel KM, Zapadiya RR, Thakur A. Plastic Surgery Related Problems in a Designated COVID Hospital - A Retrospective Study. Ann Plast Reconstr Surg. 2021;5(2):1078..