1996 American Burn Association Award Recipients
Antioxidants Prevent the Cellular Deficit Produced in Response to Burn Injury
Endothelin-1, Interleukin-6, and Interleukin-8 Levels Increase in Patients With Burns
Substance P Has a Role in Neurogenic Mediation of Human Burn Wound Healing
Use of the Expanded Skin Flap in Esthetic Reconstruction of Postburn Deformity
The Use of Free Tissue Transfer in Burn Reconstruction
Neurologic and Neurobehavioral Effects of Electric and Lightning Injuries
Wound Coverage
Transplantation Performance of Human Skin Cryopreserved by Programmed or Stepwise Freezing and Stored at −80° C or −180° C
Acute Cholecystectomy Performed Through Cultured Epithelial Autografts in a Patient With Burn Injuries
The Use of Skin From a Monozygotic Twin Combined With Cultured Epithelial Autografts as Coverage for a Large Surface Area Burn
BURN REHABILITATION FORUM
Mathematic Model to Estimate Change in Burn Scar Length Required for Joint Range of Motion
To Splint or Not to Splint—Past Philosophy and Present Practice
NATIONAL TRACS®/ABA Burn Registry—The Quest for Quality Burn Data Management
Procedural Burn Pain Intensity Under Conditions of Varying Physical Control by the Patient
NUTRITION FORUM
PSYCHOSOCIAL FORUM