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Volume 25, Number 1, February 1999

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Antimicrobial resistance
pp. 17-24(8)
Authors: Neely, A.N.; Holder, I.A.

Measurements of quality of life: then and now
pp. 25-28(4)
Author: Munster, A.M.

The effects of human burn injury on urinary nitrate excretion
pp. 29-33(5)
Authors: Abrahams, M.; Sjoberg, F.; Oscarsson, A.; Sundqvist, T.

Improvement of early postburn cardiac function by use of Panax notoginseng and immediate total eschar excision in one operation
pp. 35-41(7)
Authors: Huang Y.-S.; Yang, Z.; Yan, B.; Hu, X.; Li, A.N.; Crowther, R.S.

Functional analysis of T lymphocytes infiltrating the dermis and epidermis of post-burn hypertrophic scar tissues
pp. 43-48(6)
Authors: Bernabei, P.; Rigamonti, L.; Ariotti, S.; Stella, M.; Castagnoli, C.; Novelli, F.

On burn injuries related to airbag deployment
pp. 49-52(4)
Authors: Baruchin, A.M.; Jakim, I.; Rosenberg, L.; Nahlieli, O.

Child burn: accident, neglect or abuse. A case report
pp. 69-71(3)
Authors: Leonardi, D.F.; Vedovato, J.W.; Werlang, P.M.; Torres, O.M.

Symptomatic tracheal stenosis in burns
pp. 72-80(9)
Authors: Yang J.-Y.; Yang, W.; Chang, L.; Chuang, S.

Development of a colocutaneous fistula in a patient with a large surface area burn
pp. 81-85(5)
Authors: Matthews, M.R.; Caruso, D.M.; Al-Kasspooles, M.F.; Phillips, B.J.; Schiller, W.R.

Duodenal perforation as a complication of routine endoscopic nasoenteral feeding tube placement
pp. 86-87(2)
Authors: Chou T.-D.; Ue, S.; Lee, C.; Lee, T.; Chen, T.; Wang, H.

Treatment of a neck burn contracture with a super-thin occipito-cervico-dorsal flap: a case report
pp. 88-92(5)
Authors: Kuran, I.; Turan, T.; Sadikoglu, B.; Ozcan, H.

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