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Volume 23, Number 5, August 1997

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Use of computers in burn care
pp. 377-378(2)
Author: Arturson, G.

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Analysis of epidemic Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates by isoelectric focusing of pyoverdine and RAPD-PCR: modern tools for an integrated anti-nosocomial infection strategy in burn wound centres
pp. 379-386(8)
Authors: de Vos, D.; Lim, A.; Pirnay, J.P.; Duinslaeger, L.; Revets, H.; vanderkelen, A.; Hamers, R.; Cornelis, P.

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A new silver sulfadiazine water soluble gel
pp. 387-391(5)
Authors: Gear, A.J.L.; Hellewell, T.B.; Wright, H.R.; Mazzarese, P.M.; Arnold, P.B.; Rodeheaver, G.T.; Edlich, R.F.

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Early postburn fatty acid profile in burn patients
pp. 392-399(8)
Authors: Cetinkale, O.; Yazici, Z.

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Dissociation as a predictor of psychopathology following burns injury
pp. 400-403(4)
Authors: Taal, L.A.; Faber, A.W.

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Adjunctive methods of pain control in burns
pp. 404-412(9)
Authors: Pal, S.K.; Cortiella, J.; Herndon, D.

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Pediatric electrical burns: management strategies
pp. 413-420(8)
Authors: Zubair, M.; Besner, G.E.

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In the early stage of major burns, is there a correlation between survival, interleukin-6 levels and oxygen delivery and consumption?
pp. 426-431(6)
Authors: Gueugniaud P.-Y.; Bertin-Maghit, M.; Hirschauer, C.; Bouchard, C.; Vilasco, B.; Petit, P.

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Hypernatremia deepens the demarcating borderline of leukocytic infiltration in the burn wound
pp. 432-437(6)
Authors: Kuroda, T.; Harada, T.; Tsutsumi, H.; Kobayashi, M.

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Hot bitumen burns: 92 hospitalized patients
pp. 438-441(4)
Authors: Baruchin, A.M.; Schraf, S.; Rosenberg, L.; Sagi, A.A.

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Sunflower oil in the treatment of hot tar burns
pp. 442-445(4)
Authors: Turegun, M.; Ozturk, S.; Selmanpakoglu, N.

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Fatal rhabdomyolysis in a flame burn patient
pp. 446-450(5)
Authors: Lazarus, D.; Hudson, D.A.

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Baby walkers - still a major cause of infant burns
pp. 451-453(3)
Authors: Cassell, O.C.S.; Hubble, M.; Milling, M.A.P.; Dickson, W.A.

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No sense; no sensibility - a tale of two adult hairdrier burns
pp. 454-457(4)
Authors: Aslam, A.; Khoo, C.T.K.

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Full-thickness burns of the palm caused by hot wax
pp. 458-459(2)
Authors: Ang, E.S.W.; Tan, K.C.

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Full-thickness burns of the palm caused by hot wax
pp. 459-459(1)
Authors: Schwabegger, A.; Wechselberger, G.

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Full-thickness burns of the palm caused by hot wax
pp. 460-460(1)
Authors: van Baare, J.; Mackie, D.P.; Middelkoop, E.

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