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PREFACE
Nutrition and Metabolism
Pathophysiology of the Hypermetabolic Response to Burn Injury
Substrate Cycling in Thermogenesis and Amplification of Net Substrate Flux in Human Volunteers and Burned Patients
The Route of Feeding Influences Injury Responses
Regulation of Glucose Transport by Tumor Necrosis Factor-α in Cultured Murine 3T3-L1 Fibroblasts
Assessing Nutritional Needs for the Burned Patient
Effect of Early Feeding on the Postburn Hypermetabolic Response in Rats
Antibiotics and the Postburn Hypermetabolic Response
From Desperation to Skin Regeneration
Pulmonary Circulation and Burns and Trauma
Multiple Organ Failure
Endotoxin Requirements for Alveolar Macrophage Stimulation
Identification and Modifications of the Pulmonary and Systemic Inflammatory and Biochemical Changes Caused by a Skin Burn
Evaluation and Management of Patients with Inhalation Injury
DISCUSSION OF SECTION ON PULMONARY INJURY
Mechanism of Immunologic Suppression in Burn Injury
Pathophysiologic Events Related to Thermal Injury of Skin
Neutrophil Disorders in Burn Injury
Aberrations in Post-trauma Monocyte (Mø) Subpopulation
The Regulatory Role of T Lymphocytes in Wound Healing
Development and Potential Use of Antibody Directed Against Lipopolysaccharide for the Treatment of Gram-negative Bacterial Sepsis
Evolution of Trauma and Trauma Research
Topical Wound Therapy—An Historical Perspective
Basic Principles of Wound Healing
Current Concepts in Wound Healing Growth Factor and Macrophage Interaction
Wound Healing Angiogenesis
The Activated Keratinocyte
Models of Wound Healing
Current Status of Skin Replacements for Coverage of Extensive Burn Wounds
DISCUSSION OF SECTION ON WOUND HEALING
Multiple Organ Failure
Etiology of Multiple Organ Failure
The Systemic Septic Response
Regulation of Renal Function in Thermal Injury
Biliary and Gut Function following Shock
Bacterial Translocation of the Gut Flora
A New Model of Macrophage Stimulation by Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide
Altered Ca2+ Homeostasis and Functional Correlates in Hepatocytes and Adipocytes in Endotoxemia and Sepsis
Summary of Staging Mechanism and Intervention Studies in the Baboon Model of E. coli Sepsis
DISCUSSION OF SECTION ON SEPSIS AND ORGAN FAILURE
Future Prospectives in Trauma and Burn Care