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  1. Ocular trauma is a very common incidence that occurs in up to 67% of patients with maxillofacial trauma. It results in life-long agony of not being like others with two eyes, which can see and admire the natur...

    Authors: Pradeep Kumar, Himanshi Aggarwal, Varun Baslas and Raghuwar Dayal Singh

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20010041

    Content type: Case Report

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  2. Consensus regarding optimal burns intensive care (BICU) patient management is lacking. This study aimed to assess whether ventilation strategies, cardiovascular support and sedation in BICU patients have chang...

    Authors: Stefano Palazzo, Emma James-Veldsman, Caroline Wall, Michelle Hayes and Marcela Vizcaychipi

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20010029

    Content type: Original Article

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  3. The frequency of T cells that can respond to alloantigens is unusually high. It remains unclear how T cells would respond when stimulated by multiple major histocompatibility complex (MHC) disparate alloantige...

    Authors: Junyi Zhou, Weifeng He, Gaoxing Luo and Jun Wu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20010024

    Content type: Original Article

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  4. CD8+ T cells are regulatory T cells (Tregs) that suppress both alloimmunity and autoimmunity in many animal models. This class of regulatory cells includes the CD8+CD28, CD8+CD103+, CD8+FoxP3+ and CD8+CD122+ sub...

    Authors: Jiyan Su, Qingfeng Xie, Yang Xu, Xian C. Li and Zhenhua Dai

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20010018

    Content type: Review Article

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  5. The immune system provides defenses against invading pathogens while maintaining immune tolerance to self-antigens. This immune homeostasis is harmonized by the direct interactions between immune cells and the...

    Authors: Jie Wu, Aini Xie and Wenhao Chen

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2014 2:20010011

    Content type: Review Article

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  6. This case report aims at investigating whether two consecutive surgical settings would be beneficial in achieving postoperative success for the patient with blast eye injury. A 45-year-old male patient admitte...

    Authors: Prabhakar Srinivasapuram Krishnacharya

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10030140

    Content type: Case Report

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  7. Mitsugumin 53 (MG53), a newly identified muscle-specific protein, is an essential component of the cell membrane repair machinery in skeletal and cardiac muscle. However, the role of MG53 after burns in other ...

    Authors: Yanjun Wu, Jian Huang, Daisong Liu, Jianglin Tan, Yanmeng Peng, Junjie Yang, Yanyan Cui, Weifeng He, Gaoxing Luo and Jun Wu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10030128

    Content type: Original Article

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  8. Burn care is an area which has advanced relentlessly over the past decades with improved survival and quality of survival. However, there are many challenges which overshadow the successes. The translation of ...

    Authors: Fiona M. Wood

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10030105

    Content type: Review article

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  9. Current dermal regenerative scafolds provide wound coverage, and structural support and guidance for tissue repair, but usually lack enough bio-signals needed for speeding up skin cell growth, migration, wound...

    Authors: Cassandra Chong, Yiwei Wang, Peter K. M. Maitz, Ulla Simanainen and Zhe Li

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10020095

    Content type: Original Article

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  10. Previous studies from our laboratories revealed a reduced rate of whole-blood (WB) glutathione (GSH) synthesis in severely burned patients. To determine whether WB GSH metabolism is an indicator of the status ...

    Authors: Zhe-Wei Fei, Vernon R. Young, Xiao-Ming Lu, Andrew B. Rhodes, Ronald G. Tompkins, Alan J. Fischman and Yong-Ming Yu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10020087

    Content type: Original Article

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  11. Mortality remains one of the most important end-point quality control parameters to evaluate a burn care system. We retrospectively reviewed the characteristics and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) p...

    Authors: Jian Chen, Hong Yan, Gaoxing Luo, Qizhi Luo, Xiaolu Li, Jiaping Zhang, Zhiqiang Yuan, Daizhi Peng, Yizhi Peng, Jianian Hu and Jun Wu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10020080

    Content type: Original Article

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  12. Burn injuries are a huge public health issue for children throughout the world, with the majority occurring in developing countries. Burn injuries can leave a pediatric patient with severely debilitating and d...

    Authors: Shohei Ohgi and Shouzhi Gu

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10020073

    Content type: Review Article

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  13. Welcome to the journal of Burns & Trauma launched in 2013 and published by the prestigious Wolters Kluwer Health. We are grateful to promote a cultural challenge toward a new horizon in the field of translatio...

    Authors: Antonino Gullo, Giovanni Li Volti and Giuseppe Ristagno

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10020047

    Content type: Review Article

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  14. Honey is widely used for treating burns, ulcers and wounds, but the mechanisms of action are poorly known and the product is mainly used as an antimicrobial. We have examined here the wound healing properties ...

    Authors: Elia Ranzato, Simona Martinotti and Bruno Burlando

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10010032

    Content type: Original Article

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  15. Burn wound healing is a complex and dynamic process that involves the interaction between different cell types and mediators. Neovascularization is an imperative stage of wound healing and consists of not only...

    Authors: Shin-Chen Pan

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10010027

    Content type: Review Article

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  16. Biofilm is the predominant mode of life for bacteria and today it is implicated in numerous human diseases. A growing body of scientific and clinical evidence now exists regarding the presence of biofilm in wo...

    Authors: Daniel G. Metcalf and Philip G. Bowler

    Citation: Burns & Trauma 2013 1:10010005

    Content type: Review Article

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