Coping Strategies for Burn Survivors and Their Families

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Each year approximately two million people who are burned require medical treatment. Seventy thousand require hospitalization, and nine thousand die from their injuries. "Coping Strategies" provides the burn patient and his/her family a unique source of information and insight on the effects of disfigurement, sexuality, cosmetics, prosthetics, coping with stress, anxiety and guilt, and about employment strategies. These topics are addressed by professionals and survivors and parents of survivors--uniting all points of view ...

Coping Strategies for Burn Survivors and Their Families 1988, Praeger, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780275924072

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