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  1. Chronic osteomyelitis in the humerus, which has complex neuroanatomy and a good soft tissue envelope, represents a unique clinical challenge. However, there are relatively few related studies in the literature...

    Authors: Hongri Wu, Shengpeng Yu, Jingshu Fu, Dong Sun, Shulin Wang, Zhao Xie and Yungui Wang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:34

    Content type: Research article

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  2. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) has a reported incidence of 34–43% in ventilated burn patients and is associated with a mortality of 59% in the severe form. The use and experience with extracorporea...

    Authors: Mehran Dadras, Johannes M. Wagner, Christoph Wallner, Julika Huber, Dirk Buchwald, Justus Strauch, Kamran Harati, Nicolai Kapalschinski, Björn Behr and Marcus Lehnhardt

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:28

    Content type: Research article

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  3. Mixed partial thickness burns are the most common depth of burn injury managed at a large Australian paediatric hospital specialty burns unit. Prolonged time until re-epithelialisation is associated with incre...

    Authors: Anjana Bairagi, Bronwyn Griffin, Zephanie Tyack, Dimitrios Vagenas, Steven M. McPhail and Roy Kimble

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:33

    Content type: Study Protocol

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  4. Pavement-street contact burns are rare. This study compared recent contact burns to those published in “Pavement temperature and burns: Streets of Fire” in 1995. The hypothesis was that there were a significan...

    Authors: Areta Kowal-Vern, Marc R. Matthews, Karen N. Richey, Kathy Ruiz, Michael Peck, Arpana Jain and Kevin N. Foster

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:32

    Content type: Research article

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  5. Cutaneous manifestations of purpura fulminans (PF) present many challenges for clinicians and surgeons. In a state of septic shock complicated by limb ischemia, surgical interventions are necessary to control ...

    Authors: Kevin M. Klifto, Caresse F. Gurno, Michael J. Grzelak, Stella M. Seal, Mohammed Asif, C. Scott Hultman and Julie A. Caffrey

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:30

    Content type: Research Article

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  6. Mammary progenitor cells (MPCs) maintain their reproductive potency through life, and their specific microenvironments exert a deterministic control over these cells. MPCs provides one kind of ideal tools for ...

    Authors: Rui Wang, Yihui Wang, Bin Yao, Tian Hu, Zhao Li, Yufan Liu, Xiaoli Cui, Liuhanghang Cheng, Wei Song, Sha Huang and Xiaobing Fu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:29

    Content type: Research article

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  7. While treatment for burn injury has improved significantly over the past few decades, reducing mortality and improving patient outcomes, recent evidence has revealed that burn injury is associated with a numbe...

    Authors: Lucy W. Barrett, Vanessa S. Fear, Jason C. Waithman, Fiona M. Wood and Mark W. Fear

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:23

    Content type: Review

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  8. Burn-related injury to the face involving the structures of the eyes, eyelids, eyelashes, and/or eyebrows could result in multiple reconstructive procedures to improve functional and cosmetic outcomes, and cor...

    Authors: Kevin M. Klifto, Ala Elhelali, Caresse F. Gurno, Stella M. Seal, Mohammed Asif and C. Scott Hultman

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:25

    Content type: Review

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  9. Split-thickness skin grafting is the current gold standard for the treatment of traumatic skin loss. However, for patients with extensive burns, split-thickness skin grafting is limited by donor skin availabil...

    Authors: Tong Liu, Chao Qiu, Chi Ben, Haihang Li and Shihui Zhu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:19

    Content type: Research article

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  10. With the advent of global aging, the incidence, mortality, and medical costs of hip fracture among aged patients are increasing annually. The number of controlled clinical studies and health economics analyses...

    Authors: Zaiyang Liu, Jun Zhang, Kaiqi He, Yumei Zhang and Yuan Zhang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:21

    Content type: Review

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  11. Severe injuries are the major cause of death in those aged under 40, mainly due to road traffic collisions. Endocrine, metabolic and immune pathways respond to limit the tissue damage sustained and initiate wo...

    Authors: Conor Bentley, Jon Hazeldine, Carolyn Greig, Janet Lord and Mark Foster

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:26

    Content type: Review

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  12. Severe burn injury is often accompanied by intestinal barrier dysfunction, which is closely associated with post-burn shock, bacterial translocation, systemic inflammatory response syndrome, hypercatabolism, s...

    Authors: Wen He, Yu Wang, Pei Wang and Fengjun Wang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:24

    Content type: Review

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  13. Early control of haemorrhage and optimisation of physiology are guiding principles of resuscitation after injury. Improved outcomes have been previously associated with single, timely interventions. The aim of...

    Authors: Biswadev Mitra, Jordan Bade-Boon, Mark C. Fitzgerald, Ben Beck and Peter A. Cameron

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:22

    Content type: Research article

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  14. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) is an acute mucocutaneous eruption with blisters of the skin and haemorrhagic erosions of mucous membranes. This report describes air-leak syndrome and obstructive uropathy occur...

    Authors: Damian Bruce-Hickman, Xiao Jiang, Joshua Jin-Ping Thia and Amit Kansal

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:14

    Content type: Case report

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  15. Iatrogenic wounds are a common but often overlooked concept. They can lead to increases in hospital stays, therapy costs, repeat surgeries, and implant removal. If not handled properly, these wounds have a ver...

    Authors: Biao Cheng, Ju Tian, Yan Peng and Xiaobing Fu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:18

    Content type: Review

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  16. Tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated protein 1 (TRAP1) plays a protective effect in hypoxic cardiomyocytes, but the precise mechanisms are not well clarified. The study is aimed to identify the mechanism ...

    Authors: Fei Xiang, Si-yuan Ma, Yan-ling Lv, Dong-xia Zhang, Hua-pei Song and Yue-sheng Huang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:16

    Content type: Research article

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  17. Joint contracture is the major clinical complication in burn patients, especially, the severe burn patients. This study aimed to investigate the number and severity of joint contractures in patients with burns...

    Authors: Jianglin Tan, Jian Chen, Junyi Zhou, Huapei Song, Huan Deng, Ming Ao, Gaoxing Luo and Jun Wu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:17

    Content type: Research article

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  18. Patients with extensive burns usually develop pro-coagulation soon after the injury if there is no sepsis occurred. We describe the case of an extensive burn adult suffering from hypocoagulation not related to...

    Authors: Jian Liu, Yiqing Liu, Shengjun Liu, Qin Zhang, Jiexin Zheng, Yiwen Niu and Xuefeng Wang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:13

    Content type: Case report

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  19. Triage trauma scores are utilised to determine patient disposition, interventions and prognostication in the care of trauma patients. Heart rate variability (HRV) and heart rate complexity (HRC) reflect the au...

    Authors: Aravin Kumar, Nan Liu, Zhi Xiong Koh, Jayne Jie Yi Chiang, Yuda Soh, Ting Hway Wong, Andrew Fu Wah Ho, Takashi Tagami, Stephanie Fook-Chong and Marcus Eng Hock Ong

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:12

    Content type: Research article

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  20. Psychiatric and substance use disorders are common among trauma and burn patients and are known risk factors for repeat episodes of trauma, known as trauma recidivism. The epidemiology of burn recidivism, spec...

    Authors: Sarah L. Laughon, Bradley N. Gaynes, Lori P. Chrisco, Samuel W. Jones, Felicia N. Williams, Bruce A. Cairns and Gary J. Gala

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:9

    Content type: Research article

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  21. Our previous work suggested that microtubule associated protein 4 (MAP4) phosphorylation led to mitochondrial dysfunction in MAP4 phosphorylation mutant mice with cardiomyopathy, but the detailed mechanism was...

    Authors: Lingfei Li, Junhui Zhang, Qiong Zhang, Yuesheng Huang and Jiongyu Hu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:8

    Content type: Research article

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  22. Burns are life-threatening with high morbidity and mortality. Reliable diagnosis supported by accurate burn area and depth assessment is critical to the success of the treatment decision and, in some cases, ca...

    Authors: Chong Jiao, Kehua Su, Weiguo Xie and Ziqing Ye

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:6

    Content type: Research article

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  23. Keloids are the result of abnormal wound healing and often are subject to infections and recurrent inflammation. We present a study conducted with a 1470 nm diode laser using an intralesional optical fiber dev...

    Authors: Ke Li, Fabio Nicoli, Wen Jing Xi, Zheng Zhang, Chunxiao Cui, Ahmed Al-Mousawi, Alberto Balzani, Yun Tong and Yixin Zhang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:5

    Content type: Research article

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  24. Burns are a significant cause of trauma, and over the years, the focus of patient care has shifted from just survival to facilitation of improved functional outcomes. Typically, burn treatment, especially in t...

    Authors: Mathew Varkey, Dafydd O. Visscher, Paul P. M. van Zuijlen, Anthony Atala and James J. Yoo

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:4

    Content type: Review

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  25. Prognostic measures to determine burn mortality are essential in evaluating the severity of individual burn victims. This is an important process of triaging patients with high risk of mortality that may be nu...

    Authors: Henry Tan Chor Lip, Jih Huei Tan, Mathew Thomas, Farrah-Hani Imran and Tuan Nur’ Azmah Tuan Mat

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:3

    Content type: Research article

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  26. There is a vast number of treatments on the market for the management of wounds and burns, representing a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide. These include conventional wound dressings, dressings that inc...

    Authors: Rachael Zoe Murray, Zoe Elizabeth West, Allison June Cowin and Brooke Louise Farrugia

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2019 7:2

    Content type: Review

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  27. Wound management is a major global challenge and a big financial burden to the healthcare system due to the rapid growth of chronic diseases including the diabetes, obesity, and aging population. Modern soluti...

    Authors: Hao Lu, Long Yuan, Xunzhou Yu, Chengzhou Wu, Danfeng He and Jun Deng

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:35

    Content type: Review

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  28. The lower third of the nose is one of the most important cosmetic units of the face, and its reconstructive techniques remain a big challenge. As an alternative approach to repair or regenerate the nasal tissu...

    Authors: Si-Liang Xue, Kai Liu, Ornella Parolini, Yue Wang, Li Deng and Yong-Can Huang

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:34

    Content type: Research article

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  29. This is a parallel three-arm prospective randomised controlled trial (RCT) comparing Algisite™ M, Cuticerin™, and Sorbact® as donor site dressings in paediatric split-thickness skin grafts (STSG). All three we...

    Authors: Craig A. McBride, Roy M. Kimble and Kellie A. Stockton

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:33

    Content type: Research article

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  30. Burns are a devastating injury that can cause physical and psychological issues. Limited data exist on long-term mental health (MH) after unintentional burns sustained during childhood. This study assessed lon...

    Authors: Janine M. Duke, Sean M. Randall, Thirthar P. Vetrichevvel, Sarah McGarry, James H. Boyd, Suzanne Rea and Fiona M. Wood

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:32

    Content type: Research article

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  31. A number of studies report high prevalence of mental health conditions among burn patients. However there is a need to understand differences in the temporal relationship between mental health conditions and i...

    Authors: Thirthar P Vetrichevvel, Sean M Randall, Fiona M Wood, Suzanne Rea, James H Boyd and Janine M Duke

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:31

    Content type: Research article

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  32. Severe burn is associated with significant changes in body weight due to resuscitation volumes, fluid shifts, a hypermetabolic state, prolonged bed rest, and caloric intake. Our goal was to quantify and descri...

    Authors: Denisse Mendez-Romero, Audra T Clark, Alana Christie and Steven E Wolf

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:30

    Content type: Research article

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  33. The molecular pattern of severe burn-induced acute lung injury, characterized by cell structure damage and leukocyte infiltration, remains unknown. This study aimed to determine whether calpain, a protease inv...

    Authors: Peng-Ran Du, Hong-Ting Lu, Xi-Xiang Lin, Li-Feng Wang, Yan-Xia Wang, Xiao-Ming Gu, Xiao-Zhi Bai, Ke Tao and Jing-Jun Zhou

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:28

    Content type: Research article

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  34. The USA is currently going through an opioid crisis, associated with tremendous economic and societal impacts. In response to this crisis, healthcare professionals are looking for alternative pain management m...

    Authors: Hannah Zhao-Fleming, Audrey Hand, Kelly Zhang, Robert Polak, Armand Northcut, Daron Jacob, Sharmila Dissanaike and Kendra P. Rumbaugh

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:25

    Content type: Review

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  35. Inhalational injury is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in burns patients. This study aims to analyse the clinical outcomes, complications and bacteriology of inhalational burn patients.

    Authors: Si Jack Chong, Yee Onn Kok, Rosanna Xiang Ying Tay, Desai Suneel Ramesh, Kok Chai Tan and Bien Keem Tan

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:26

    Content type: Research article

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  36. Previous reports individually identified different factors that predict death after burns. The authors employed the multi-center American Burn Association’s (ABA) National Burn Repository (NBR) to elucidate wh...

    Authors: Dmitry Zavlin, Vishwanath Chegireddy, Stefanos Boukovalas, Anna M. Nia, Ludwik K. Branski, Jeffrey D. Friedman and Anthony Echo

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:24

    Content type: Research article

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  37. Disparity between medical treatment for men and women has been recorded worldwide. However, it is difficult to find out if the disparities in both the use of resources and outcome depend entirely on sex-relate...

    Authors: Laura Pompermaier, Moustafa Elmasry, Islam Abdelrahman, Mats Fredrikson, Folke Sjöberg and Ingrid Steinvall

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:22

    Content type: Research article

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  38. This study aimed to investigate the difference between ultrasonographic findings of normal skin and those of re-epithelialized skin after partial-thickness burns and to evaluate the relationship between these ...

    Authors: Jong Dae Kim, Suk Joon Oh, Sun Gyu Kim, Song Vogue Ahn, Yu Jin Jang, Ban Seok Yang, Ji Yun Jeong and Kwang Jo Kim

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:21

    Content type: Research article

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  39. The purpose of this study is to present our experience with the modified pins and rubber band traction system, discuss problems encountered, and make recommendations to optimize outcomes.

    Authors: Cheng Hean Lo, Simone H. Nothdurft, Hye-Sung Park, Eldho Paul and James Leong

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2018 6:23

    Content type: Research article

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