Abstract：Objective To analyze the epidemiological characteristics of hospitalized children with burn in Ningbo from 2013 to 2018,and to provide evidence for developing intervention strategies. Methods The pediatric burn cases,discharged from the Ningbo Women & Children's Hospital from 2013 to 2018,were registered using the Ningbo Hospitalized Injury Monitoring Report Card,and their distributions of time,places,groups,involved body parts and prognosis were analyzed. Results There were 3 862 pediatric burn inpatients included in this study,with 2 977（77.08%）cases aged 1-3 years and 2 532（65.65%）nonlocal cases. About 898（23.25%）cases occurred during 9:00-12:00 a.m. and 1 833（47.46%）cases occurred during 17:00- 21:00 p.m. Burns predominantly occurred at home,with 3 810（98.65%）cases. The top three body regions involved were multiple regions,lower limbs and upper limbs with 1 820（47.13%）,835（21.62%）and 541 cases（14.01%）. The proportions of involving multiple regions declined with age（Psingle<0.05）. The proportion of involving multiple regions in nonlocal children was higher than that of local children（P<0.05）. Conclusion Burn is one of the leading causes of child injury-related hospitalization in Ningbo. Home is the main burn scene. Nonlocal and 1-3 year-old children were especially at high risk of burns.