Stratification of Superficial and Deep Dermal Injury Using High-Frequency Ultrasound : 1.
Advantages of Fibrin Sealant: 15-Year Experience in the Utilization of TissucolTM in Skin Grafting : 2.
A Large Experience with Fibrin Sealant for Staple-Free Grafting : 3.
Creative Use of Available Donor Skin to Minimize Scarring : 4.
Bacterial Counts in Excised Tissue Predict Graft Take : 5.
Debridement of Burns in Mice Treated with Different Formulations of Collagenase SANTYL® Ointment : 6.
Delayed Presentation Burns: Is Allografting Necessary? : 7.
The Effect of Silver/Nylon Dressings and Direct Current on Meshed Dermal Autograft : 8.
Incidence of Pancreatitis in Burn Children Found at Autopsy: Twenty Year Review : 9.
Placement of pH-Guided Nasoenteric Feeding Tubes in Critically Ill Adult Burn Patients : 10.
Burn Patients Requiring Tracheostomy: Is DRG 483 Adequate? : 11.
Reassessment of Leukopenia Associated with Silver Sulfadiazine Use : 12.
D-Dimer Levels Are Useful in Screening for Thromboembolic Complications in Burn Patients : 13.
Effect of Growth Hormone Adminstration on Cardiac Function in Pediatric Patients with Thermal Injury : 14.
Subcutaneous Clysis with Bupivacaine Reduces Long-Term Pain Following Donor Site Harvest : 15.
Allograft Skin Availability: A Survey of Burn Centers and Tissue Banks : 16.
Amiloride and Dantrolene Provide Cardioprotection by Decreasing Cardiomyocyte Calcium and Sodium Loading after Burn Trauma : 17.
Matrix Metalloproteinase (MMP)-9 Is Up-Regulated in the Rat Lung after Burn Injury : 18.
Smoke Inhalation Results in Depletion of Protein C and Antithrombin III in an Ovine Model : 19.
Inhibition of Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase (nNOS) Attenuates Acute Lung Injury in Septic Sheep : 20.
Role of Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS)-1 and 2 in Acute Lung Injury in Sepsis with Smoke Inhalation in Sheep : 21.
Localization of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) and Its Receptors in Ovine Lung after Smoke Inhalation and Burn Injury : 22.
High Frequency Percussive Ventilation with Systemic Heparin Improves Short Term Survival in an LD100 Sheep Model of ARDS : 23.
Post Injury P-Selectin Inhibition in Burn and Smoke Inhalation in a Sheep Model : 24.
Use of the WeeFIM (Pediatric Functional Independence Measure) to Predict Functional Performance in Pediatric Burned Patients Longitudinally : 25.
Development of a Monitoring Tool to Evaluate an Interdisciplinary Competency : 26.
The Durometer: A New Method Which Evaluates the Hardness of a Burn Scar : 27.
Changes in Subjective vs. Objective Burn Scar Assessment over Time : 28.
A Pilot Study on Topical Dapsone Application to Decrease Itching in Healed Burn Wounds : 29.
Does the First Impression Count?: A Survey of Current Practices and Satisfaction with the Use of Transparent Face Masks in the Treatment of Facial Scarring : 30.
Bathing Related Scald Burns - A Pilot Study : 31.
Scald Injury Prevention Program for Asian Community : 32.
Lessons Learned from the Fire-Safe Cigarette Campaign : 33.
Burn Prevention Activities: Results from a National Survey : 34.
Burn Injury in Patients with Early Onset Neurological Deficits : 35.
Home Oxygen Therapy: Adjunct or Risk Factor : 36.
Gender Differences, Gonadal Steroid Hormones, and Cell-Mediated Immunity after Burn Trauma : 37.
Smoke Inhalation Injury Causes Suppression of Systemic Immune Responses : 38.
Estrogen Improves Cellular Immunity in Ethanol Exposed, Burn Injured Male Mice via NFkB Regulation of Interleukin-6 : 39.
Exogenous Administration of G-CSF Modulates Bone Marrow Progenitor Derived Macrophage Functions Following Thermal Injury and Sepsis : 40.
Mechanisms of Suppressed IFN-y Production Following Thermal Injury : 41.
Production and Use of a Luminescent Strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa for the Study of Burn Wound Infection Pathogenesis Using Non-Invasive Imaging : 42.
Are Pain Scores Sufficient to Determine Patient Satisfaction? : 43.
Adding Bupivacaine to Subcutaneous Infiltration Solution Reduces Donor Site Pain in Pediatric Burn Patients : 44.
Thermally Induced Inflammation and the Contribution of the Sensory Nervous System in Experimental Models : 45.
Scheduled versus PRN Pain Medication : 46.
Evaluating Pain in Pediatric Burn Patients: Hope for Pre- and Non-Verbal Children : 47.
Testing for a Delayed Rebound Effect in the Acute Trauma Setting : 48.
A Child's Visit: An Introduction to the Burn Treatment Center : 49.
Too Hot to Handle: A Fire & Burn Prevention Video for Elementary School Children : 50.
Corporate Sponsorship and Its Role in the Survival of Burn Centers : 51.
Straight Talk: A Community Approach to Understanding and Preventing Burn Injuries : 52.
Enhancing Burn Awareness through TV Public Service Announcements (PSA'S) : 53.
Hispanic Men: At Risk for Tar Burns : 54.
Full-Thickness Skin Grafts for Elective Facial Burn Reconstruction: Review of 237 Consecutive Cases : 55.
A Twenty-Five Year Experience in Managing Children Who Had Sustained Electrical Burns of the Oral Commissure : 56.
Impairment after Burns: A Two-Center, Prospective Report : 57.
Management of Acute Calvarial Burns : 58.
Skin Flap and Musculocutaneous Flap Reconstruction of Burned Eye Deformities : 59.
The Use of Fasciocutaneous Flap to Reconstruct Contractual Deformities of the Foot and Ankle : 60.
Back-Cut Flap Designs after Tissue Expansion in Pediatric Burn Scalp Defects : 61.
The Pre-Emptive Z-Plasty to Prevent Skin Graft Seam Contracture : 62.
Self-Selected Walking Speed: A Performance-Based Measure of Health and Function : 63.
Alterations in Functional Movement Due to Axillary Contractures in Children: A Motion Analysis Study : 64.
Compensatory Gait Changes in Children with Dorsal Foot Contractures : 65.
Burn Rehabilitation after a Disaster: Challenge for the Rehabilitation Team : 66.
Standard Rehabilitation Guidelines for Head and Neck Burn Injuries : 67.
Evaluating Normative Recovery Patterns Following Severe Burn Injury : 68.
The Role of Cosmetics in Facial Burns : 69.
Burn Injuries in Women : 70.
Alterations in Resistin Expression Following Burn Injury : 71.
A Critical Role for Inducible Nitric Oxide Synthase in Burn Injury-Induced Insulin Resistance : 72.
Effects of Exercise Training on Fat Mass in Individuals with Severe Burn Injuries : 73.
Chronic Insulin Infusion Decreases Acute Phase Protein Levels in Severely Burned Children : 74.
IGF-I Inhibits Lysosomal and Proteasome-Dependent Proteolysis in Muscle after Burn Injury : 75.
Cutaneous Burn Injury Induces UCP-2 Expression in Rat Liver : 76.
The Anabolic Steroid, Oxandrolone, Significantly and Safely Decreases Lean Mass Loss and Improves Wound Healing in the Elderly Burn Patient : 77.
Metabolic Effects of Vitamin D on Serum Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus in Pediatric Burn Patients : 78.
Management of Partial Thickness Burns - A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial Using TranscyteTM, BiobraneTM and SilvazineTM Plus Dressings : 79.
Current Management of Purpura Fulminans: A Multicenter Study : 80.
Topical Doxepin Significantly Decreases Itching and Erythema in the Healed Burn Wound Compared to Oral Antihistamines : 81.
The Use of Glucan II in the Treatment of Donor Sites : 82.
Evaluation of Knowledge Gain of Preschool Participants in the Learn Not to Burn Preschool Program : 83.
Early Childhood Safety Teacher Program : 84.
The “Circle of Safety”: A Method to Prevent Campfire Injuries : 85.
Evaluation of Knowledge Gain on Fire Safety by Preschoolers Touring the Tiller 7 Safe House : 86.
Use of the Braden Scale to Predict Occurrence of Pressure Sores in the Pediatric Burn Population : 87.
Bone Mineral Density Changes Following Burn Injury : 88.
Heterotopic Ossification in Severely Burned Patients: Is Etidronate an Effective Remedy? : 89.
A Four-Year Review of Burns as an Etiologic Factor in the Development of Long Bone Fractures in Pediatrics : 90.
An Evaluation of Therapeutic Intervention on Sleep Architecture in the Thermally Injured Patient : 91.
An Evaluation of White Noise as an Adjunct to Sleep Promoting Interventions in Pediatric Burn Patients : 92.
Impact on the Family: Psychosocial Adjustment of Siblings of Children Who Survive Serious Burns : 93.
Accident or Abuse: A Study of the Developmental Ability of Young Children to Climb into a Standard Bathtub : 94.
Development and Implementation of a Burn Center Computer Information System : 95.
Development of a Computer-Based Burn Diagram from Digital Images : 96.
Quantification of Facial Asymmetry Using Rapid Non-Contact Surface Scanning : 97.
Virtual Reality and Simulation for Use in Burn Education : 98.
The Role of Paracrine Signalling between Keratinocytes and Dermal Fibroblasts in the Development of Fibrosis Following Burn Injury : 99.
Human Dermal Microvascular Endothelial Cells Form Multicellular Structures in Cultured Skin Substitutes after Grafting to Athymic Mice : 100.
Fatty Acids and Hyperglycemia Increase Neutral Endopeptidase Activity in Dermal Endothelial Cells : 101.
Difference in Dermal Telomerase Activity of Keloid and Hypertrophic Scar : 102.
Comparison of Histopathological Changes between Thermally Injured Human Skin and Bioengineered Skin In Vitro : 103.
Orthogonal Polarization Spectral Imaging : 104.
Assessing Functional Outcomes in Patients with Burns to the Hand : 107.
Quality of Life for Young Adults Having Survived Pediatric Burn Injury : 108.
Comparison of 2 Quality of Life Scales in Persons with Major Burns at 6 and 12 Months Post Burn : 109.
Outcome and Quality of Life of Massive Burn Injury: The Impact of Modern Burn Care : 110.
Is Linezolid an Alternative to Vancomycin in the Treatment of Burns : 111.
Prophylactic Fluconazole in Severely Burned Patients : 112.
Beta-Lactam Antibiotic Dose and Regimen May Influence Successful Therapy in Burn Patients : 113.
Microarray Analysis of Gene Expression Patterns in Human Post-Burn Hypertrophic Scars Compared to Normal Skin : 114.
Effectiveness of Tetanus Simultaneous Immunization at the Time of Acute Burn Injury : 115.
The Relationship between Plasma IL-18 Concentrations and the Outcomes of Burned Patients : 116.
Behavioral Body Image Predicts Future Social and Psychological Functioning : 117.
Preliminary Results of a Social Skills Training Program for Burned Adolescents : 118.
Longitudinal Responses on the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) by Parents of Pediatric Burn Patients : 119.
Trends in Quality of Life Among Burn Survivors and Other Medical Populations : 120.
A Prospective Study on the Implications of an Elevated Base Deficit during Fluid Resuscitation : 123.
Effects of Alcohol Consumption on Fluid Resuscitation in the Burn Patient : 124.
Energy Expenditure after Concurrent Thermal and Nonthermal Injury : 125.
Serum Cholinesterase Activity in Patients with Severe Burn Injuries : 126.
An Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Double Wire Guide Changes in the Acute Pediatric Burn Patient : 127.
The Volendam Burn Disaster, January 1st, 2001 : 128.
Arteriovenous CO2 Removal and Mitogen Activated Protein Kinases : 129.
Interleukin-8 in Smoke Inhalation and Burn Injury : 130.
The Pentagon Attack: A Burn Center's Experience : 131.
Nursing's Experience with the World Trade Center Disaster (WTCD) : 132.
September 11, 2001 - A Physician's Experience : 133.
The World Trade Center Disaster: One Burn Center's Experience : 134.
Medical Center Utilization of an Outpatient Burn Clinic : 135.
Changes in Burn Survival over the Past Thirty Years : 136.
Patterns of In-State Referral to a Regional Burn Center : 137.
An Ethical Survey on End of Life Care for the Severely Burned : 138.
Use of Cyanoacrylate Glue for the Fixation of STSGs : 139.
Blood Use in the Burn Center: A Ten Year Re-Appraisal : 140.
Improved Skin Graft Adherence and Vascularization of Integra® Using Subatmospheric Pressure - A Laboratory Study : 141.
The Development of a Joint Prevention and Education Program by the Burn Center and Utility Company : 142.
Metabolic Requirements in Patients with Inhalation Injuries : 143.
An Evaluation of the Effects of Early versus Delayed Enteral Support on Feeding Tolerance and Clinical, Nutritional and Hormonal Outcomes Following Burns : 144.
Acute and Chronic Effects of Ambivalent Coping Style on Body Image and General Distress : 145.
Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy: Principles and Guidelines for Burn Patient Management : 146.
Antimicrobial Activity of Meropenem on Multi-Resistant Gram-Negative Organisms : 147.
Early Burn Excision Prevents the Acute Motor Nerve Conduction Deficit in Mice Caused by a Full Thickness Burn : 148.
Extended Efficacy of Silver Sulfadiazine Using Fibrin Sealant as a Delivery Matrix : 149.
Acticoat versus Silverlon: The Truth : 150.
Effect of Glutamine Rich Diet on Intestinal T Cell Function after Burn Injury : 151.
The Autocrine and Auto-Regulatory Effects of TNF and IL-6 on Hepatocytes : 152.
Initial Experience with Caspofungin (Cancidas) in the Treatment of Burns, Skin and Soft Tissue Infections, and Critically Ill Patients : 153.
Successful Treatment of Antibiotic-Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Respiratory Infections Using Inhaled Tobramycin in Burn Patients : 154.
Effect of Delayed Antimicrobial Therapy as a Model of Infection Related Sepsis : 155.
Mafenide Acetate (Sulfamylon®) Activity Against P. aeruginosa Isolates During and After 34 Years of Continuous Use : 156.
Ovine Lung Apoptosis After Thermal Burn and Smoke Inhalation : 157.
Continuous Albuterol Nebulization in Severe Inhalation Injury: An Effective Therapy for Children : 158.
DNA Oxidative Damages Caused by Burn Injuries : 159.
Improving the Quality of Care Before Your Patient Reaches the Burn Center : 160.
Pulmonary Pathophysiology Following a Combined Burn and Smoke Inhalation Injury in Sheep : 161.
Sedation of Burned Children with Dexmedetomidine (Precedex®) : 162.
WHO Guidelines for Pain Management as a New Concept of Analgesia in Severely Burned Patients : 163.
Surveyed Opinion of Burn Surgeons on the Abdominal Compartment Syndrome : 164.
Adrenal Cortical Dysfuntion in Critically Ill Burn Patients : 165.
Differential Up-Regulation of Muscle Specific Kinase (MuSK) Distant and Local to Burn Site : 166.
Pre-Meds and Anesthetic Agents and Their Effects on Recovery Time for Small Procedures in the PACU : 167.
Ultrastructural Assessment of Bronchial Endothelial Cell Injury in Sheep Folllowing Smoke Inhalation Injury : 168.
Establishment of Tissue Comet Assay - A New Sensitive Assay for the Detection of Apoptosis in Muscle after Burn Injury : 169.
Enhanced Pulmonary Expression of Activated Nuclear Factor Kappa B (NFκB) in Sheep after Smoke Inhalation and Burn Injury : 170.
Pre-Albumin and C Reactive Protein Are Predictive of Nutritional Adequacy in Burned Children : 171.
Insulin-Like Growth Factor-I Attenuates Dexamethasone-Induced Catabolism in Cultured L6 Myotubes : 172.
Temperature Responses to Exercise in Individuals with and without Thermal Injuries : 173.
A Role for the Connective Tissue Enzyme, Semicarbazide-Sensitive Amine Oxidase (SSAO), in Burn Wound Healing : 174.
Three Methyl-Histidine Excretion Following Severe Burn Injury in Children : 175.
Pharmacokinetics of Midazolam Administered by Continuous Intravenous Infusion to Burn Patients : 176.
The Levels of Plasma Vitamin E Depletion Resulting from Burn and Smoke Inhalation in Sheep : 177.
COX-2 Expression by Fibroblasts and Vascular Endothelial Cells in Healed Burn Wound Tissue : 178.
Differential Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis : 179.
Assessment of Barrier Properties in Cultured Skin Substitutes by Surface Electrical Capacitance and Percutaneous Penetration of 3H2O : 180.
Predicting the Viability of Human Skin Allografts by a Comparison of In-Vitro and In-Vivo Methods : 181.
Cytotoxicity Testing of Acticoat® Burn Dressing with Cultured Skin Substitutes In Vitro and after Grafting to Athymic Mice : 182.
Non Contact Electrosurgical Grounding in Burn Surgery : 183.
Chronic Scalp Folliculitis : 184.
Meek Micrografting over IntegraTM for Coverage of Large Burn Wounds : 185.
Evaluation of the Tolerance and Efficacy of a New Biological, Autologous Sealant : 186.
ActicoatTM Antimicrobial Barrier Dressings versus BiobraneTM Dressings in the Care of Donor Sites : 187.
Cultured Keratinocytes for the Treatment of Large Total Body Surface Area Pediatric Wounds : 188.
Optimal Timing for Early Excision in Major Burn Injury : 189.
Experience with Intra-Arterial-Infusion of Calcuim Gluconate for Hydrofluoric Acid Burns of the Hands : 190.
Accuzyme® Papain-Urea Ointment versus Collagenase Santyl® Ointment in the Treatment of Partial Thickness Burn Wounds : 191.
Donor Site Dressing Preferences in North American Burn Centers : 192.
Management of Burned Ear Using Acticoat® Silver Coated Dressing: Treatment and Prevention of Suppurative Chondritis : 193.
The Efficacy of “Debridase” Debridement in Burns and Other Eschars : 194.
Long-Term Trends in Burn Mortality According to Age : 195.
Burn Unit Staffing: Turnover and Recruitment : 196.
Modelling Cutaneous Water Dynamics in Allografted Skin : 197.
Emergency Department Management of Minor Burn Injuries : 198.
Firefighter for a Day; Education and Empowerment of Burn Center Team : 199.
Gender Differences in Burn Outcomes : 200.
Pediatric Burn Patients Benefit from Early Transfer to a Regional Burn Center : 201.
Ethical Burn Case : 202.
Impaired Renal Function in Burned Children with Sickle Cell Trait : 203.
The Impact of Methamphetamine Manufacturing on a Burn Unit : 204.
A Comparative Study of Two Systems of Delivering Supplemental Protein with Standardized Tube Feedings : 205.
Using a Pictographic Prescription Labeling System for Non-English Speaking and Illiterate Patients : 206.
Evaluation of the SCORTEN as a Prognostic Score for Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Syndrome : 207.
September 11 : 208.
Caring for the Patient with Mastocytosis in the Burn Center : 209.
Use of the Rifampin-Minocycline Coated Central Venous Catheter in Burn Patients : 210.
The World Trade Center (WTC) Disaster: One Firefighter's Story : 211.
Geothermal Burns : 212.
Ketamine Administration by Non-Physicians: A Protocol That Works : 213.
Prospective Study of the Systemic Effects of Adrenaline Tumescence during Burn Surgery : 214.
A Competency Burn Nursing Tool : 215.
A Prospective Study on the Delivery of Pre-Hospital Burn Care : 216.
Passive Case Management: Impact on Help-Seeking Following Severe Burn Injury : 217.
Early Application of “Open Phase” Neck Splints Following Full Thickness Skin Grafting : 218.
The WeeFIM Assessment and Pediatric Burns: An Opinion Survey : 219.
Adding a Barrel to a Dorsal Block Splint to Improve Metacarpophalangeal Joint Flexion in the Pediatric Burned Hand : 220.
Try the “Quad Mouth Opening Splint” : 221.
“Dynamic Serial Casting:” Combining the Benefit of Movement and Stability in the Correction of Thumb Contractures : 222.
The Climbing Wall: An Effective Rehabilitation Tool for Treating Pediatric Burn Patients : 223.
Alternative Methods for the Prevention and Correction of Burn Scar Torticollis : 224.
Randomized Trial of an Augmented Exercise Program in the Prevention of Deconditioning among Survivors of Severe Burns: Pilot Study : 225.
Lend Me Your Arms: Pressure Garment Study : 226.
An Evaluation of Massage Therapy for Comfort Management in the Pediatric Burn Rehabilitation Patient : 227.
Burn Pain and Anxiety: The Use of Relaxation Music during Range of Motion Therapy : 228.
Perceived Health Status of Young Adults Burned as Children : 229.
Reconstruction of the Burned Upper Extremity Utilizing AlloDerm Underlay : 230.
Managment of Advanced Neck Contractures in Children : 233.
Utilizing a Myocutaneous Z-Plasty for Burn Scar Contracture Release of the Neck : 234.
The Use of Fibrin Glue to Affix Skin Grafts : 235.
The Use of the Laser to Remove Hair from Skin Grafts : 236.
Burn Injuries in Children: Is Ethnicity Associated with Etiology? : 237.
Recreational Campfires, Accelerants, Alcohol Use and Children: A Formula for Disaster : 238.
Helping Teens Bring Up Baby … Safely : 239.
Analysis of Residential Fire Deaths of Preschoolers, 1993-1996 : 240.
Candle Burns - A Hot Topic : 241.
Could This Happen to Your House? A New Approach to Teach Burn Safety : 242.
Burn Prevention Program Development & Implementation : 243.
The Media Glorifying Burns: A Hindrance to Burn Prevention : 244.
Thermal Burn Fatalities in the Workplace, United States, 1992-1999 : 245.
“The Long and Winding Road to Pain Management:” An Interdisciplinary Teaching Tool : 246.
Chronic Nightmares after Severe Burns: Risk Factors and Implications for Treatment : 247.
Benefits of a Shelter “Courage House” for Families of Burn Patients : 248.
Pain Control with Wrist-Ankle Acupuncture during Wound Care Procedures : 249.
Can Self-Inflicted Burns Be Predicted? : 250.
Reported Stress of Parents of Burned Children Differs on the Spanish and English Versions of the Parenting Stress Inventory (PSI) : 251.
Preparing Burn Survivors for Psychological and Social Issues Following Hospital Discharge: The “What Now?” Booklet : 252.
Evaluation of a Training Program for Volunteers Who Provide Peer Support : 255.
Assessing Perceived Social Stigmatization among Burn Survivors : 256.
Excessive Sedation in Burn Patients with Known Methamphetamine Use : 257.
Burn Unit Evaluation of the Bispectral Index (BIS) : 258.
Suicide Probability in Young Adult Survivors of Pediatric Burn Injury : 259.
Coping Behaviors as Predictors of Burn Specific Health Status : 260.
Assessment of Participants at Week-Long Pediatric Burn Camp vs. Control Group of Non-Burn Campers at Week-Long Recreational Camp : 261.
Computerized Burn Diagramming: A Study to Determine the Usefulness of Two Computer-Based Burn Diagramming Programs : 262.
Burn Depth Assessment Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Imaging : 263.
An Educational Tool to Improve Public Awareness of the "Team Work" of a Designated Burn Center : 264.
Public Service Announcement (PSA) for Fire Prevention : 265.
A Public Service Announcement to Promote Burn Prevention among Older Adults : 266.
Outcome Following Ectropian Release in Adults with Major Burn Injury : 231.
Maintenance of Hyperextension Following Release and Grafting of Anterior Neck Contractures : 232.
Surviving the Loss of a Child: Grief Task Force Formation : 253.
Concurrent Validity & Patient Preference for a Written & Verbal Method of Scoring the Abbreviated Burn Specific Pain Anxiety Scale (BSPAS) : 254.