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A Simulation Analysis of Plasma Water Dynamics and Treatment in Acute Burn Resuscitation
Biologic, Biosynthetic, and Synthetic Dressings as Temporary Wound Covers
Perception of Sleep Following Burn Injury
Synchronized Ventilatory Support as a Therapeutic Means of Reducing Hypercarbia in a Pediatric Burn Unit
Lymphoproliferative Response to Phytohemagglutinin in the Burn Patient—No Paradigm in Vitro
Production of Chemotactic Factors and Lung Cell Changes Following Smoke Inhalation in a Sheep Model
Use of Naloxone in Septic Shock
A Coordinated Approach to the Discharge of Burned Children
Comparison of Continuous and Intermittent Tube Feedings in Burned Animals
Temporary Wound Closure After Burn Excision
Arm Hammock for Elevation of the Thermally Injured Upper Extremity
PT/OT FORUM
BURN CARE PROTOCOLS—DONOR SITE CARE
Compiled by the Committee on Education of The American Burn Association
Lactoferrin Serum Levels in Burned Patients
Experience in the Use of Gaming and Simulation as an Evaluation Tool for Nurses
Plasma Fibronectin Concentrations in Patients With Severe Burn Injury
Hypertonic Lactated Saline Resuscitation of Severely Burned Over 60 Years of Age
Effect of Plasma Exchange Therapy on Circulating Fibronectin in Burn Patients
Effect of Heating on Methemoglobin Content of the Blood
The Effects of Calcium Dobesilate on Acute Lymphedema (With or Without Macrophages), and on Burn Edema
The Effect of Different Cooling Temperatures and Immersion Fluids on Postburn Oedema and Survival of the Partially Scalded Hairy Mouse Ear
Cultured Epithelium as a Skin Substitute
Grafting with Epidermal Langerhans Cell Depressed Cadaver Split Skin
Application of Fibrin Glue to Burns
Clinical Experience with Biobrane Biosynthetic Dressing in the Treatment of Partial Thickness Burns
Dermodress
Need for a Burn Nursing Core Curriculum Part I, Survey of Schools of Nursing
Measure of Tissue Resistivity in Experimental Electrical Burns
Abdominal Aortic Occlusion Following Electrical Burn
Electric Burn Assessment
Circulating Toxins in Human Disease
Trends in Anti-infective Treatment of Burn Patients
The Autodestructive Consequences of Thermal Injury
The Metabolic Problems of the Burn Patient
The Pathophysiology of Severe Thermal Injury
Immunity, Nutrition and Trauma
Personal Memories of the Gloucester Unit 1943–1950
What are the Functions of Skin Lost in Burn Injury That Affect Short- and Long-term Recovery?
Current Burn Treatment
Follow-up of Burned Patients in the United Kingdom
Case Study
Thermal Injury and Induced Thermotolerance in Rat Lymph Nodes
The Delayed Hypersensitivity Skin Test Response, Granulocyte Function and Sepsis in Surgical Patients
Enteral Feeding in Burn Hypermetabolism
Nutritional Effects on the Immune Response in Surgical Patients
Suppression of In Vitro Lymphocyte and Neuirophil Responses by a Low Molecular Weight Suppressor Active Peptide Form Burn-Patient Sera
The Effect of Surgical Excision and Grafting Procedures on Postburn Lymphocyte Suppression
Regulation of Neutrophil Migratory Function in Burn Injury by Complement Activation Products
How Do Immunomodulators Affect Host Defense in the Burn Patient?
Failure of Local Immunity
Decreased Wound Neutrophils and Indiscrete Margination in the Pathogenesis of Wound Infection
Granulocyte Function
Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (Elisa) and a Passive Haemagglutination Test (PHT) for the Detection of Pseudomonas Antibodies in Burned Patients
Circulating Mediators in Thermal Injuries
Monocyte Suppressor Function in Burns
Fc and Complement Receptor Integrity of Polymorphonuclear (PMN) Cells Following Thermal Injury
Resistance to Infection in the Burned Mouse Modulation of Suppressor Cell Activity and Improved
Prevention of Suppressed Cell-Mediated Immunity in Burned Mice with Histamine-2 Receptor Antagonist Drugs
How Do Complement Components and Fragments Affect Cellular Immunological Function?
Effect of Burn Injury on Granulocyte and Macrophage Production
Theoretical Interrelationships Among Immunologic and Hematologic Sequelae of Thermal Injury
Influence of Hydrotherapy and Antiseptic Agents on Burn Wound Bacterial Contamination
Prevention of Hospital-Acquired Infections with Reference to Burns
Determination of Silver Penetration into Burn Eschar by Atomic Absorption
The Pathogenesis of Infections Owing to Pseudomonas Aeruginoaa Using the Burned Mouse Model
Herpes Simplex Virus and Cytomegalovirus Infections in Burned Patients
WHO and the Global Problem of Nosocomial Infections
The Contribution of Exoproducts to Virulence of Pseudomonaa Aeruginosa
Effect of Inhibitors of Proteolysis and Arachidonic Acid Metabolism on Burn-Induced Protein Breakdown
Predicting Energy Expenditures in Burned Patients
Nonthyroidal Control of Metabolism After Burn Injury Possible Role of Glucagon
Dietary Compliance for Pediatric Burned Patients
Effectiveness of the Dietitian-Technician Team on a Burn Unit
Selenium Depletion in Burn Patients
Nutritional Assessment Indications of Postburn Complications
Intracellular Energy Substrates in Trauma
The Effect of Informational Feedback on Food Intake of Adult Burn Patients
What Objective Measures are There for Evaluating Pain?
Decreasing Burned Children's Pain Behavior
Evidence for Different Mechanisms of Primary and Secondary Hyperalgesia Following Heat Injury to Glabrous Skin
The Postmortem Examination on the Abused Child—Pathological, Radiographic and Legal Aspects
Radiographic Identification of Charred Human Remains Through Use of the Dorsal Defect of the Patella
Pathologist's Role in Product-related Deaths
Fatal Hospital-acquired Burns
Evaluation of Group Well-Child Care for Improving Burn Prevention Practices in the Home
Scar Deformities of the Mammary Glands—Surgical Treatment
The Use of a Buried Wire Frame to Reduce Contracture of Grafts
Verrucous Carcinoma of the Esophagus
Part I