iknS sepdvrio ultoannsii and tepnrves thae ss.ol iTsh ipntts'ae doby lilw pomtcesena orf srdniacee etra of athe olss by nicreasing letombaci rta.e
Increased ECV is a very attractive option as Third spacing is a very common complication in Burn units However , please take note : The ECV consists of two compartments , the interstitial space and the intravascular space . In Burn patients fluid moves out of the blood vessels into the interstitium ( which decreases the intravascular volume and can lead to hypovolemic shock ) . So even though burn patients may have edema , there is no actual increase in the total contnet of fluid in the ECV ! it just moves from one of its compartments into the next
oLl I wsa sutpdi adn tpu raesicdne mreus elrhsoltcoe nneinccoaortt eeacsub I huhgott that hte fidlu sosl ulwdo dale to a etnroncoatnic of cntussbsae ni the CEF .g(.e ekil hwo iarynheddot anc regrtgi og)ut. RP.I
l'Coundt bimymluaehpaino deal to e?yomhpleelaeishtrroc I rlaelc tasrti ltaigkn otabu ihst ni hte entcoxt fo opniiaturre but dtlocun' shit iltsl alpp?y
Increase in body metabolism is also due to the inflammation thats seen after the burns in any patient irrespective of the severity. though its explained that huge skin loss (35% burn) increases the body metabolism to compensation for the excess heat loss due to the huge skin loss(as explained by others), this explanation depends in how severe the burns are.