Burn Care or Burn ICU Nurse
A burn care nurse has special education and training in the care of patients who have suffered burn injuries and often other kinds of physical trauma. The burn care nurse assesses the physical, emotional, and psychological trauma associated with a burn injury, and they monitor and care for burn wounds and burn resuscitation and management.
Burn care nurses work mainly in a Burn Care Unit (BCU) or Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in hospitals, they also work in emergency rooms, at trauma centers, or in outpatient facilities with patients receiving rehab services to aid in the recovery from burn injuries.
Nurses in this role need experience in critical care nursing and certifications such as, Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support and can benefit from having additional training in wound management. They can also obtain certification in Advanced Burn Life Support.
Burn Care Certifications and Associations
- American Burn Association (ABA)
- Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS)
- Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
Our featured Burn Care Nurse experts
Expert 6571 – Expert 6571 has been an RN since 2006, working in burn care since 2008, and has been working on a Burn/Trauma ICU since 2010. She has certifications in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and is currently living and working in Orlando, FL. For more on this expert, click here.
Expert 7053 – Expert 7053 has been an RN since 2008, received her master's degree in 2012, and has worked on a Burn ICU from 2008-2014. Expert 7053 is currently working in home health. This expert is currently living and working in Fenton, Michigan. For more on this expert, click here.
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