Objective We were to investigate the clinic effects of air-fluidized bed in the treatment of large-area burns patients. Methods From January 2012 to December 2013, 56 cases of large-area burns patients were enrolled in this study and they were randomly divided into experimental group and control group. Patients in both groups received routine care, except that patients in the control group received adjuvant therapy by using common stand up bed,patients in experimental group received adjuvant therapy with air-fluidized bed. Treatment effects of the two groups were observed. Results The treatment success rate of experimental group was 96.3%, whereas the control group was 80.0%. Compared with the control group, dry scab and wound healing time of experimental group were shorter, body temperature during infection was lower and had more urine and fluid volume during the shock （P 〈 0. 05 ）. Conclusions The application of air-fluidized bed assisted therapy can obtain satisfactory effect based on the routine care.
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