The emergency phase on severe burns is a critical period when patients had hemodynamic disturbances, which can lead to various complications such as shock. The purpose of this study was to analyze correlation between times of fluid resuscitation with mortality of severe burns patients on emergency phase at Sanglah Hospital. This study was an observational study with retrospective analytic on 78 medical records from the period March 2014 until to March 2016. The mortality of burn patients in the emergency phase at Sanglah Hospital amounted to 12.82 %. Spearman test showed that between times of fluid resuscitation with mortality of severe burns patients on emergency phase has p value 0.013 and r (0.281). It could be concluded that times of fluid resuscitation is correlated with mortality, the greater the time of resuscitation greater probability of patients mortality. Nurses need to improve the management of severe burns on emergency phase to start the fluid resuscitation earlier and maintain the adequacy circulation.