Well, i agree that surgical ICU is probably the closest fit, with the stress that is placed on getting as much body surface area covered as is possible many of our critical large surface area patients will go to surgery every day the first week they are with us trying to cover their body either with cadaver, or special coverings like integra. ICU is a definite stress, as most of your patients that are large burns will be intubated with vasopressive drugs, and albumin, mso4 and versed drips and many other things all running at the same time. I think burn nursing is great though, because at least in my burn center we have all kinds of different patients, infants children and adults, with all kinds of past medical histories, and in all stages, from an overnight observation, to outpatients to critical patients. Also those in the rehab phase, who may come in for a scar band release for example. It is great work, and i think the ICU is a great place to spend the time you have to, that or ER, because, if its anything like my burn center we take our burn triages directly as triages, with no ER intervention expect for what the outlaying hospital or life flight chooses to do, and sometimes just straight. Good luck, and its a great choice!