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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
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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.