Planning for Burn Disasters: What Can We Learn from One Hundred Years of History? : 1.
Practical Guidelines in Burn Disaster Management : 2.
Can Burn Centers Evacuate Safely in Response to Disasters? : 3.
Preparing for Burn Disasters, A Statewide Continuing Education Training Initiative in Kansas: Predictors of Improved Self-Reported Competence Among Participants : 4.
Need for Preparedness and Response Appreciated after Accidental Release of Toxic Gas : 5.
An Outcome Analysis of Patients Transferred to a Regional Burn Center : 6.
Effects of Differences in Percent Total Body Surface Area Estimation on Fluid Resuscitation of Transferred Burn Patients : 7.
Prehospital Airway Management of the Burned Patient: Do We Know Enough? : 8.
Heparin Nebulization with Recombinant Human Antithrombin Supplementation Improves Pulmonary Gas Exchange in Sepsis Following Smoke Inhalation in Sheep : 9.
Major Differences in the Pathological Course of Smoke and Burn Injury among Different Modes of Ventilation : 10.
Burn Injury Results in a Unique and Not Previously Described CD8+ Memory T Cell Population : 11.
Epigallocatechin-3-Gallete (EGCG) Modulates Neutrophil Apoptosis and the Production of Reactive Oxygen Species : 12.
Serine Phosphorylated IGF Binding Protein-1 (IGFBP-1) Accumulates in the Serum Following Burn Injury : 13.
Genomic Changes in Skin, Muscle, Fat, and Blood from Pediatric Burn Patients : 14.
Hematopoietic Changes in the Blood of Thermally Injured Patients : 15.
A Novel Bacterial Conjugation Based Antibacterial Gene Transfer Treatment for Multi-Drug Resistant Acinetobacter Baumannii Induced Burn Sepsis : 16.
Burn Injury Increases Expression of Toll Receptor Signaling Proteins by Rat Alveolar Macrophages : 16.1.
A Randomised Longitudinal Study Comparing Topical Negative Pressure Therapy and Hydrocolloid Dressings in Management of Acute Partial Thickness Burn; A Biochemical and Histological Analysis : 17.
A Randomized Control Trial to Assess the Effects on Healing of Full-Thickness Wounds Treated with Integra® Dermal Regeneration Templates that have been Seeded with an Autologous Epidermal Cell Suspension : 18.
Development of a Novel Dermal Subsitute Based on Glycerinized Allo Graft: Clinical (Phase I) and Experimental Evaluation : 19.
Autologous Cultured Skin Substitutes Reduce Requirements for Split-thickness Skin Autograft in Treatment of Excised, Full-Thickness Burns : 20.
A Prospective Trial of a New Oat β-Glucan Product for Elective Donor Sites : 21.
A Silver Impregnated Antimicrobial Dressing Reduces Hospital Length of Stay for Pediatric Burn Patients : 22.
Randomized Controlled Study of Silver Dressing Effects on Partial-Thickness Burn Outcomes : 23.
A Phase III, Randomized, Comparative Evaluation of a Hydrofiber® Dressing with Ionic Silver And Silver Sulfadiazine in The Management of Partial-Thickness Burns : 24.
Increased Risk of Mortality in Burn Injuries Among Children Under Four Years Old: Evidence from the American Burn Association National Burn Repository : 25.
The NIDRR Burn Model System Database: A Tool for the Multi-center Study of the Outcome of Burn Injury : 26.
The Prevalence of PTSD Diagnoses and Symptomatology in Young Burned Children : 27.
Analysis of Admissions and Outcomes in Verified and Non-Verified Burn Centers : 28.
Burns as a Result of Assault: Associated Risk Factors, Injury Characteristics and Outcomes : 29.
Early Predictors of Long Term Impairment Following Burn Injury : 30.
Early Predictors of Long Term Participation in Society Following Burn Injury : 31.
Utility of the Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System in the Burn ICU : 32.
Intramuscular Ketamine is Safe and Effective for Bedside Sedation Procedures : 33.
Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Acute Wound Care Distress in Burn Injured Pediatric Patients: A Review : 34.
Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Analgesia with Burn Patients during Physical Therapy : 35.
Seeking Best Practice for Post Burn Pruritis : 36.
Comparing Parent and Child Perceptions of Stigmatizing Behavior : 37.
Utilization of Do Not Resuscitate Orders in The Elderly : 38.
Heterotopic Ossification of the Elbow in Burn Patients: Results After Early Surgical Treatment : 39.
IV Conscious Sedation During Burn Wound Care: A Process Improvement Project : 40.
Microarray Analysis of Burn Induced Changes in Liver: Studies in Mice : 41.
Upregulation of GSK-3β Activity Stimulates Protein Degradation in Skeletal Muscle Following Burn Injury : 42.
The Effect of Diet and Wound Closure on Skeletal Muscle Loss and Protein Turnover in Children with Burns : 43.
Isolated Perfusion of a Tubed Superficial Epigastric Flap in a Rodent Model : 44.
Reduction of Burn-Induced Hypermetabolism Following Treatment with Corticotropin Releasing Factor Receptor 2 Antisense Oligonucleotide : 45.
Hypermetabolism and Burn Size – Revisited : 46.
Influence of Inhalation Injury on Resting Energy Expenditure in Severely Burned Children : 47.
Effect of Exercise Training on the Hypermetabolic and the Catabolic Response in Severely Burned Children : 48.
Predictors of Survival and Length of Stay in Burn Patients over 80 Years Old: Does Age Really Matter? : 49.
Mortality in Burn Injury Related to Medical Comorbidities : 50.
Impact of Diabetes upon Burn Injury : 51.
Comparison of Temperature Results Utilizing Rectal Versus Temporal Artery Thermometry in the Burn Patient : 52.
Use of High Frequency Percussive Ventilation in Inhalation Injuries : 53.
Morbid Obesity: Too Heavy to Handle : 54.
Early Predictors of Long Term Psychological Distress : 55.
Alcohol Abuse Is Related to Significantly Increased Burn Morbidity and Mortality : 56.
Patterns and Effects of Fluid Resuscitation in a Prospective Multicenter Clinical Trial : 57.
Bone Metabolism of Severely Burned Children After Pamidronate Therapy: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial : 58.
Tissue Oxygen Saturation by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) to Assess Shock State in Patients with Severe Burns and Hypotension : 59.
Muscle Strength and Lean Mass After Long-Term Growth Hormone Treatment in Pediatric Burn Patients : 60.
Abdominal Compartment Syndrome in the Severely Burned Patient : 61.
Elevated Orbital Pressure: Another Untoward Effect of Massive Resuscitation After Burn Injury : 62.
Cytokine Expression Profiles over Time in Severely Burned Children Versus Non-Burned Children : 63.
Urine Cortisol and Catecholamines Post-Burn: Acute and Long-Term Expression Profile : 64.
How Much Do Full-Thickness Skin Grafts Contract? : 65.
One Stage Integra and Skin Grafting of Full-Thickness Human Wounds : 66.
Role of INTEGRA as Biomechanical Barrier in Prevention of Post-Operative Tendon Adhesions : 67.
Use of the Nasolabial Skin Flap and/or the Upper Orbicularis Oculi Musculocutaneous Flap to Reconstruct Lower Eyelid Ectropion in Burn Patients : 68.
Use of Skin Grafts in Lower Extremity Amputation: A Viable Option : 69.
Two Simple Leg Net Devices to Protect Lower Extremity Skin Grafts and Donor Sites and Prevent Decubitus : 70.
Long-Term Sequelae of Low Voltage Electrical Burns : 71.
Impaired Cutaneous Vasodilation and Sweating in Grafted Skin During Heat Stress 6–9 Months Post-Surgery : 72.
Depression in Patients Recovering from Burn Injury: Prevalence, Persistence, Comorbidity with PTSD, and Association with Functional Outcome : 73.
Mental illness Within a Burn Population : 74.
Do Child Burn Survivors Report Increased Anxiety And Worry Levels As Compared to A Typical Pediatric Population? : 75.
Reported Differences Regarding Bullying, Pro-Social And Victim Behaviors for Burn Surviving Children As Compared to Juvenile Firesetters : 76.
Pet Therapy: A Healing Solution : 77.
Measuring Perceived Stigmatization Among Pediatric Burn Survivors : 78.
Perceptions of Computer-Mediated Support Resources Among Adult Burn Survivors : 79.
Screening for Symptoms of Acute Stress Disorder in Patients with Burn Injuries: An Evaluation of the Stanford Acute Stress Reaction Questionnaire : 80.
Prophylactic Use of Gel Head Cushions on the Burn Unit : 81.
Occipital Ulcers and Gel-E-Donuts® - Giving Burn Patients a Head Start on Prevention : 82.
Televideo Assessment of Burn Injuries is Accurate : 83.
Confirmation of Accuracy and Deriviation of a New Color Palette for Laser Doppler Imaging in Burn Depth Assessment : 84.
Clinical Assessment of Burn Wound Healing Potential by Laser Doppler Imaging (LDI): Results of a Prospective, Multi-Centre Study : 85.
Porcine Wound Healing by Secondary Intention: Dermal Repair with Integra Incorporation on Fibrin Glue and Keratinocytes : 86.
Seven Years’ Experience with Integra® as a Reconstructive Tool : 87.
Effective Treatment of Traumatic Tatooing from Gunpowder/Fireworks with the Alexandrite Laser : 88.
Positive Fungal Cultures in Burn Patients - A Multicenter Review : 89.
Central Venous Catheter Infections in Burn Patients: What is the Optimal Care for These Lines? : 90.
Factors for Colonization with Methicillin-Resistant S. Aureus (MRSA) or Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) on a Burn and Wound Unit (BWU) : 91.
Are CDC Guidelines for the Prevention of Intravascular Catheter-Related Blood Stream Infections Effective in Burn Patients? : 92.
The Impact of Acinetobacter on Burn Wound Morbidity and Mortality : 93.
CPIS: A Poor Predictor of Pneumonia in Burn Patients : 94.
Antibiotics Administration and Risk of Fungal Infection in Burns : 95.
Pneumonia Following Inhalation Injury : 96.
Tap Water Scalds Among Seniors and the Elderly: Socioeconomics and Implications for Prevention : 97.
Patterns of Burn Deaths in Former Nations of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics : 98.
Effect of a Targeted Education Intervention on the Incidence of Waste Burning Injuries in a Military Population : 99.
Throwing Fuel–Firefighters Injured by Live Fire Practices : 100.
“What do Kids Know”: A Survey of 420 Grade 5 Students in Cambodia on their Knowledge of Burn Prevention and First-Aid Treatment : 101.
Results of a Focused Scald Prevention Program : 102.
KTK 2 B Safe (Kids Teaching Kids to be Safe) - “How to Call 911” : 103.
Improving the Retention of Fire Safety and Burn Prevention Programs in a University Fraternity System : 104.
Defining and Tracking Impairment After Burn Injury : 105.
Measuring Post-Burn Participation in Home, Work and Social Roles : 106.
The Impact of Childhood Facial Burns on Psychosocial Recovery : 107.
Impact of Hand Burn Severity on Preschooler Health Related Quality of Life : 108.
The Impact of Psychological Factors on Adherence to a Therapeutic Exercise Program Among Burn Survivors : 109.
Female Gender as a Risk Factor for Mortality from Burn Injury: Evidence from the National Burn Repository : 110.
Predicting Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from Acute Stress Disorder in Burn Injured Patients: A Longitudinal Study : 111.
Sleep Disturbances in Burn Patients Following Hospital Discharge - Preliminary Findings from a Follow-up Survey : 112.
Enhanced Propofol Clearance in Major Burns : 113.
Gender Differences in the Postburn Hypermetabolic Response : 114.
Repetitive Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury: A Plausible Mechanism for Documented Clinical Burn-Depth Progression After Thermal Injury : 115.
Heparin-induced Thrombocytopenia in Burns: A Retrospective Review : 116.
Transfusion Related Acute Lung Injury (TRALI) in Burn Patients : 117.
Incidence of Venous Thromboembolism on a Burn Service : 118.
Effects of a Restrictive Blood Transfusion Policy on Outcomes in Children with Burn Injury : 119.
Perception vs Reality: Nurse Utilization of Insulin Drip Protocols in the Burn Intensive Care Unit : 120.
Burn Patient Fibrocytes Regulate Dermal Fibroblast Function Suggesting a Role in Hypertrophic Scarring : 121.
Polarized Th2 / Th3 Cytokines in Hypertropic Scar Following Thermal Injury : 122.
Integrin Expression Corresponds to Pigment Expression after Transplantation of Cultured Melanocytes in Cultured Skin Substitutes : 123.
Development of a Precise, Scaleable, Selectable-Depth Burn Model-A Side Benefit of Laser Doppler Imager Research in Burn Depth Conversion : 124.
Role of Interleukin 6 (Il-6) and Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) in Burn Eschar Bacterial Colonization and Wound Healing : 125.
The Combination of IGF-I and KGF cDNA Improves Dermal and Epidermal Regeneration by Increased Neovascularization : 126.
Antimicrobial Peptides in Burned Skin : 127.
Amitriptyline as a Novel Long Lasting Local Anesthetic and Anti-Inflammatory Agent for Treatment of Full-Thickness Wounds : 128.
Local Expression of Indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase (IDO) Protects Engraftment of Xenogeneic Skin Substitute in Rat : 128.1.
An Objective Measurement of Nursing Resources Necessary to Operate a 24-Hour Burn Clinic : 129.
The Half-million Dollar ICU Hospitalization: Is It Worth It? : 130.
An Evaluation of the Economic Burden of Unpaid Self-Pay Charges in Burn Care : 131.
What is the Financial Cost of Burn Center Care of Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN)? : 132.
Using ABLS-NowTM to Teach Acute Burn Care to Novice Burn Clinicians : 133.
“Dialing for Dollars”: Beneficial Side Effects of a Outreach Education Coordinator : 134.
Caring for the Patient of Size: A Challenge for the Burn Team : 135.
Cost Effectiveness and Utilization of Burn Wound Evaluation Through Remote Digital Imaging and Teleconferencing : 136.
Randomized, Controlled Trial of an Augmented Exercise Protocol in the Prevention of Deconditioning among Burn Survivors: A Preliminary Analysis : 137.
The Effect of Pressure Therapy on Hypertrophic (Burn)Scar: Objective Assessment by Colorimetry : 138.
Pressure Garment Therapy After Burn Injury : 139.
Follow-up Range of Motion in a Music and Movement-Based Exercise with Rehabilitation Program versus Standard of Care in Very Young Children with Severe Burns : 140.
Comparing the Body-Esteem of Adolescent and Young Adult Burn Survivors to a Nonburned Control Group : 141.
Reasons for Distress in Burn Survivors After Discharge : 142.
Using the Experiences of Adults Burned as Children to Address Sexuality in Pediatric Burns : 143.
Barriers to Return to Work after Burn Injury : 144.
To Hell and Back : 145.
The Value of An Age-Appropriate Pediatric Burn Video And Companion Storybook : 146.
Learn Not to Burn: A TV Public Service Announcement and Children's Book for Burn Prevention in Cambodia : 147.
“Protect Your Children”An introduction to Emergency Services for the Hispanic (Latino) Population : 148.
A Different Kind of Valor : 149.
Electrical Contact Accident Testimonials: A Training Tool for Contractors : 150.
CD8+ T Cells Have a Decreased Requirement for Activation Late After Burn Injury : 151.
Differential Expression of Toll-Like Receptor 2 (TLR2) on CD8+ T cells following burn injury : 152.
Effect of Recombinant Human Growth Hormone Administration on the Inflammatory Response in Endotoxemic Mice : 153.
Effects of Intravenously Administered Recombinant Human Antithrombin (rhAT) and Aerosolized Heparin on Burn and Smoke Inhalation-Induced Acute Lung Injury : 154.
Upper Airway Mucin Deposition in the Bronchioles and Lung Parenchyma of Burn Victims: Comparison of Burn Only and Combined Burn and Smoke Inhalation Injures : 155.
Increasing Burn Size Dramatically Influences the Immune Response to Burn Injury : 156.
Calphostin Increases Myocardial Na-K-ATPase Activity and Reduces Myocyte Sodium Overload After Burn Injury : 157.
Persistence of CD4+CD25+ Immunoregulatory T cells (Treg) Late After Burn Injury : 158.
Increased Urine Cortisol Levels are Associated with Decreased Endogenous Hormone Levels : 159.
Modern Resuscitation Practice in Severe Burns: Over-Resuscitation and Fluid Creep : 160.
Colistin: Rediscovery of a Useful Drug for Resistant Gram Negative Infection : 161.
Retrospective Analysis of Electrical Burn Resuscitation During the First 24 Hours Post Injury : 162.
Risk Factors for Fungal Colonisation and Infection in Burn Patients : 163.
Intensive Insulin Therapy Protocol Improves Glucose Metabolism in Severely Burned Pediatric Patients : 164.
Staff Involvement: The Key to Changing Practice Patterns to Prevent Ventilator Associated Pneumonia : 165.
Preoperative Lab and Clinical Parameters as Determinants of Perioperative Transfusion Requirements in the Severely Burned : 166.
Inhalation Injury, Pulmonary Perturbations, and Fluid Resuscitation : 167.
The Use of the BCS (Burn Critical Score) to Describe the Illness Severiy Index of the Burn Patients : 168.
Bilateral Knee Capsule Repair in a Severely Burned Patient : 169.
Expression of Human Beta Defensin 4 in Genetically Modified Keratinocytes Enhances Antimicrobial Activity : 170.
Comparison of a Sustained-Release, Silver-Containing Hydrogel Versus Bacitracin Plus Silver Sulfadiazine as Topical Treatments for Burn Patients : 171.
The Hemopoietic Cytokine FLT3 Ligand Enhances Clearance of P. Aeruginosa from Burn Wounds But Does Not Increase Local Expression of Chemoattractant Cytokines : 172.
Keratinocyte-releasable Stratifin Regulates Matrix Metalloproteinases Gene Expression in Dermal Fibroblasts : 173.
Prolongation of Cadaveric Skin Viability with Polyphenol : 174.
Diverting Ostomy in Adult Patients with Perineal Burns : 175.
Hydrofluoric Acid Burns - A 15-Year Experience : 176.
Burn Center Management of Degloving Injuries : 177.
A Silver-Coated Antimicrobial Barrier Dressing Used Post Operatively on Meshed Autografts: A Dressing Comparison Study : 178.
Lipoic Acid Decreases Oxidative Stress in Sulphur Mustard Toxicity : 179.
Evaluation of Liquid Topical Antimicrobials for Use in Austere Environments : 180.
Histological Comparison of Sheet Dermal Regeneration Template vs Meshed Dermal Regeneration Template with Sub-atmospheric Pressure in Reconstruction: Preliminary Results : 181.
Use of Subatmospheric Pressure in the Management of Electrical Injuries : 182.
Cranioplasty Using Integra and AlloDerm in a Burn Patient : 183.
In Vivo Evaluation of a Liquid Topical Antimicrobial for the Treatment of Burn Wound Infection : 184.
Keratinocyte Releasable Factors Abrogate the Fibrogenic Effect of TGF-beta and IGF-1 in Dermal Fibroblasts : 184.1.
Telemedicine: Patient Satisfaction and Cost-Effectiveness : 185.
Digit Flexion Wrap : 186.
A Prospective Study of Contractures in Burn Injury: Defining the Problem : 187.
Musculoskeletal Outcomes in Children with Unilateral or Bilateral Axillary Burn Scar Contractures : 188.
Ear Pressure Orthosis: A New Device to Support Reconstructed Ears : 189.
Linear Elasticity of Upper Extremity Skin in Normal Individuals: Objective Criteria for Use in Skin Grafting and Post-Operative Splinting : 190.
Utilization of a Computer Aided Three-Dimensional (CAD) Surface Scanner for Fabrication of an Ear Orthoses : 191.
Early Serial Casting for Palmar Burns to Prevent Contractures : 192.
Yoga as a Therapeutic Modality for Burn Survivors : 193.
A Foam Splint for Protecting Groin and Abdominal Grafts : 194.
Static and Dynamic Assessment of Facial Scars : 195.
Pediatric Scalp Reconstruction with Tissue Expanders. Low Complication Rates in this Priviledged Site : 196.
A Descriptive Review of Neuropathic-Like Pain Following Burn Injury : 197.
Regional Sensory Nerve Blocks of the Scalp Decrease the Incidence of Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting in Reconstructive Burn Children: A Pilot Study : 198.
Managing Diarrhea and Fecal Incontinence: Results of A Prospective Clinical Study in The ICU : 199.
Getting to Know Patients : 200.
Burn Survivor-Family Retreat Program : 201.
The Positive Impact of the Burn Survivors’ Reunion : 202.
The Impact of Guided Imagery on Pain and Anxiety Levels of Burn Patients : 203.
The Use of Virtual Reality for Acute Pain Management in Pediatric Burn Patients : 204.
Eleven Year Review of Pediatric Burn Camp: Factors Contributing to Declining Attendance : 205.
Burns and Clinical Pastoral Education: Is There a Standard of Care? : 206.
Camp within a Camp: A Unique Experience for Burn Survivors : 207.
What's a Skin Graft? Preparation Care Plans for Pediatric Burn Patients : 208.
Reduction in Intra-Operative Hypothermia in the Burn Patient Population : 209.
Development of Burn Survival Prediction Using Survival Risk Ratios Generated Logistic Regression (LR) Models : 210.
Skull Burns Resulting in Calvarial Defects: Psychosocial Outcomes : 211.
Assessing Demographics and Outcomes Related to Catastrophic Skin Diseases: Shortcomings in Extant Data Collection Methods : 212.
Demographics of the Homeless in an Urban Burn Unit : 213.
School Reentry: The School's Perspective : 214.
Benefits of School Reentry for Children with Burns : 215.
A Collaborative Systems Approach to Rural Burn Care : 216.
Length of Stay Per Surface in Burn Patient: One Size Does Not Fit All : 217.
Early Predictors of Mortality in Elderly Burn Patients : 218.
A Comparison of Psychosocial Outcomes Between Burned and Non-Burned Survivors of a Nightclub Fire : 219.
Changing the Incidence of Pressure Sores in Burn Patients: A Multidisciplinary Approach : 220.
Out of Africa: Nursing Care of the Burn Patient in Zambia : 221.
Effectiveness of Burn Elective Participation for Student Nurses : 222.
Home O2 ‘Poof’ Injuries; When Not to Intubate! : 223.
A Retrospective Study of Patients with Self-Inflicted Burns : 224.
Transitions and Burn Camp - A Perfect Combination : 225.
The Effect of Body Mass on Burn ICU Length of Stay : 226.
Contribution of Gene Expression to Metabolic Fluxes in Hypermetabolic Livers Induced Through Burn Injury and Polymicrobial Sepsis in Rats : 227.
Ghrelin Normalizes Burn-Induced Increase in the Expression of E3 Ubiquitin Ligases, MuRF1 and MAFbx, in Rat Skeletal Muscle : 228.
Influence of Burn Size on Resting Energy Expenditure in Severely Burned Children : 229.
Glutamine Supplementation and Glucose Homeostasis After Thermal Injury : 230.
How Nurses Can Facilitate Adequate Nutrition in the Burn Patient : 231.
Urocortin-Induced Inhibition of Muscle Protein Breakdown in Sepsis : 232.
Burn Injury or Cutaneous Wound Injury to Mice Stimulates Brown Fat but not White Fat Uptake of F18-FDG in Vivo : 233.
Burn Injury to Mice Stimulates UCP-1 Expression in Brown, but not White Fat : 234.
An Evaluation of the Relationship Between Markers of Nutrition Status and Inflammation Following Thermal Injury in Pediatric Patients : 235.
Muscle Contractile Properties in Severely Burned Rats : 236.
Role of Brown Adipose Tissue in Burn-Induced Insulin Resistance : 237.
Burn Injury to Mice Inhibits Drug Metabolism and Prolongs Sleep Time : 238.
Caloric Intake in Pediatric Burn ICU Patients : 239.
Recognition of Pediatric Fire Play by Acute Burn Care Providers : 240.
Comparison of the Epidemiology of Burns of Mexican and American Children : 241.
A Burn Prevention Program for Children with Spina Bifida : 242.
The Under Pressure Committee Initiative: Reducing the Risks of Pressure Areas in the Pediatric Burn Population : 243.
Prevention of Self-Immolation in a Community by Video Based Intervention OR (Mind Vaccination against Suicide by Burning Oneself) : 244.
Burns Related to Clothing Ignition: More Fuel for the Fire? : 245.
Elementary Education Program Helps Department without Funding : 246.
Training the Trainer Overseas to Develop Burn Prevention Programs : 247.
Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Trainings for Community Agencies: Survey Demonstrates Effectiveness : 248.
Examining the Reasons for the Disproportionate Rate of Burn Injury in our Hispanic Population : 249.
Educating the Educator : 250.
Infant Scald Safety Kits Targeted at Caregivers : 251.
Repeat Burn Injuries: Why Twice Unlucky? : 252.
Outdoor Recreational Burns in the City: A Unique Need for Prevention? : 253.
Burn Injuries Due to Hot Cooking Oil in the Home - A Prevention Perspective : 254.
The Burn Center as a Model for Critical Care Education : 255.
Self-Scheduling in the Burn ICU: A Unit Discovers the Key to Successful Recruitment & Retention : 256.
Off -Service Utilization of an Outpatient Burn Clinic: 4 Year Review : 257.
Experience and Competency: Can One Replace the Other? : 258.
Use of Nurse Practitioners in Verified Burn Centers in the United States : 259.
Moderate Sedation in the Burn Center: A Need for Evidence Based Guidelines : 260.
Use of Ergonomic Equipment Prevents Injury to Burn Unit Staff : 261.
Integration of the Nurse Practitioner in Management of Acute Care Patients in an Academic Burn Center : 262.
Hurricane Rita Causes Evacuation of a Pediatric Burn Center : 263.
Planning for Disaster: Are We Really Prepared? : 264.
Hospital and Burn Center Internal Response to Burn Disaster : 265.
Disaster Preparedness: Telehealth as an Educational Tool : 266.