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This is a discussion on Optimal rm temp for burn pts in Oregon State Nursing Programs, part of Oregon Nursing ... I'm in an RN-BSN program right now. Have a burns assignment for pathophysiology. Can't seem to...by lilwbprincess Feb 6, '10I'm in an RN-BSN program right now. Have a burns assignment for pathophysiology.
Can't seem to find the answer for this Q:
What is the optimal environmental temperature to keep a burn patient's room at? And where may I find this information?
I have looked in my pathophy book, my critical care book, and even the ABLS website (but I think I will dig deeper there) and I cannot find the answer.
Any burns nurse know this answer and where I can find it???
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- Feb 8, '10 by LoveMyBugsI dont know where you would find it, but my school had a burn nurse come in and give a lecture and he said up in the high 70s to 80s and that as a burn nurse you sweat a lot.