Mass burns casualty disasters occur rarely, but they are difficult to manage. Management of these cases are often further complicated in poorly resourced settings found in the developing world as triage decisions often have to be made early. This case report discusses ethical dilemmas that have been encountered when treating a mass burns casualty’s incident in the setting of a regional burns unit in South Africa.



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