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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 26, Number 1, 1 February 2000

The New Century
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Shakespeare, P.G.

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Role of wound healing myofibroblasts on re-epithelialization of human skin
pp. 3-12(10)
Authors: Moulin, V.; Auger, F.A.; Garrel, D.; Germain, L.

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Importance of nitric oxide in the regulation of burn oedema, proteinuria and urine output
pp. 13-17(5)
Authors: Lindblom, L.; Cassuto, J.; Yregard, L.; Mattsson, U.; Tarnow, P.; Sinclair, R.

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Role of nitric oxide in the control of burn perfusion
pp. 19-23(5)
Authors: Lindblom, L.; Cassuto, J.; Yregard, L.; Mattsson, U.; Tarnow, P.; Sinclair, R.

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Haemodynamic and oxygen transport responses in survivors and non-survivors following thermal injury
pp. 25-33(9)
Authors: Holm, C.; Melcer, B.; Horbrand, F.; Worl, H.H.; Henckel von Donnersmarck, G.; Muhlbauer, W.

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Dermabrasion - a novel concept in the surgical management of sulphur mustard injuries
pp. 34-40(7)
Authors: Rice, P.; Brown, R.F.R.; Lam, D.G.K.; Chilcott, R.P.; Bennett, N.J.

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Comparison of serum and plasma lactate dehydrogenase in postburn patients
pp. 46-48(3)
Authors: Liu, Z.; Wang, W.; He, C.

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Epidemiological study of 3341 burns patients during three years in Tehran, Iran
pp. 49-53(5)
Authors: Lari, A.R.; Alaghehbandan, R.; Nikui, R.

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Collagen based dressings - a review
pp. 54-62(9)
Authors: Sai, K.; Babu, M.

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Burns in India 1974-1999
pp. 63-64(2)
Author: Keswani, M.H.

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Changing trends in burn therapy
pp. 64-65(2)
Author: Dhanaraj, P.

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Then and now - burns in Manipal
pp. 66-67(2)
Authors: Kumar, P.; Chirayil, P.T.; Chittoria, R.

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Burns then and now in India
pp. 67-70(4)
Author: Shah, A.K.

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Then and now in burn treatment in India
pp. 70-73(4)
Author: Bharat, R.

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Burns treatments - then and now in India
pp. 73-76(4)
Author: Alamelu, V.

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Burns then and now
pp. 76-78(3)
Authors: Subramanian, N.; Selvaraj, A.; Ponnambalam, N.

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Then and now in burn treatment in India
pp. 78-79(2)
Author: Shekhar, D.R.

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25 years of burn care in India
pp. 79-80(2)
Author: Bilwani, P.K.

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Burns management then and now
pp. 80-81(2)
Author: Tambwekar, S.R.

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Experience with severe extensive blistering skin disease in a paediatric burns unit
pp. 82-87(6)
Authors: Greenwood, J.E.; Dunn, K.W.; Davenport, P.J.

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Use of Van Nes rotationplasty to manage a burnt knee
pp. 88-91(4)
Authors: Khatri, B.; Richard, B.

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Aspergillosis presenting as Koebner's phenomenon in a healed scald
pp. 92-96(5)
Authors: Williams, G.; Moiemen, N.; Frame, J.D.

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Antithrombin III concentrate in the acute phase of thermal injury
pp. 97-101(5)
Authors: Kowal-Vern, A.; McGill, V.; Walenga, J.M.; Gamelli, R.L.

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The ''Friday Mass'' burns of the feet in Saudi Arabia
pp. 102-105(4)
Author: Al-Qattan, M.M.

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Fluconazole use in burns patients
pp. 109-110(2)
Authors: Rayatt, S.; Wienbren, M.; Clarke, J.

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