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Volume 26, Number 5, 1 August 2000

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Burn Prevention - where now?
pp. 419-421(3)
Author: Roberts, A.H.N.

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Landmarks in burn prevention
pp. 422-434(13)
Authors: Liao, C.; Rossignol, A.M.

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Importance of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide in the regulation of burn perfusion
pp. 435-442(8)
Authors: Lindblom, L.; Cassuto, J.; Yregard, L.; Tarnow, P.; Rantfors, J.; Lowhagen Henden, P.

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Role of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide in burn-induced oedema formation
pp. 443-448(6)
Authors: Lindblom, L.; Cassuto, J.; Yregard, L.; Tarnow, P.; Rantfors, J.; Lowhagen Henden, P.

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Plasma levels of atrial natriuretic peptide in severe burn injury
pp. 449-453(5)
Authors: Onuoha, G.N.; Alpar, E.K.; Gowar, J.

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A prospective study of suicidal burns admitted to the Harare burns unit
pp. 460-464(5)
Authors: Mzezewa, S.; Jonsson, K.; ?berg, M.; Salemark, L.

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Epidemiology of childhood burns in the Critical Care Medical Center of Kinki University Hospital in Osaka, Japan
pp. 465-469(5)
Authors: Fukunishi, K.; Takahashi, H.; Kitagishi, H.; Matsushima, T.; Kanai, T.; Ohsawa, H.; Sakata, I.

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''Train surfers'': analysis of 23 cases of electrical burns caused by high tension railway overhead cables
pp. 470-473(4)
Authors: Sternick, I.; Gomes, R.D.; Serra, M.C.; Radwanski, H.N.; Pitanguy, I.

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Kerosene stove as a cause of burns admitted to the Ain Shams burn unit
pp. 474-477(4)
Authors: Mabrouk, A.; El Badawy, A.; Sherif, M.

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Aeromonas wound infection in burns
pp. 478-482(5)
Authors: Kienzle, N.; Muller, M.; Pegg, S.

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Trichosporon beigelii infection: experience in a regional burn center
pp. 483-486(4)
Authors: Cawley, M.J.; Braxton, G.R.; Haith, L.R.; Reilly, K.J.; Guilday, R.E.; Patton, M.L.

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Osteomyelitis in burn patients requiring skeletal fixation
pp. 487-489(3)
Authors: Barret, J.P.; desai, M.H.; Herndon, D.N.

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A near closed book contracture of the ear: a case report
pp. 490-492(3)
Author: Saraiya, H.A.

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Anhydrous ammonia burns case report and review of the literature
pp. 493-497(5)
Authors: Amshel, C.E.; Fealk, M.H.; Phillips, B.J.; Caruso, D.M.

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Zinc burns: a rare burn injury
pp. 498-500(3)
Authors: de Juan, A.; Ramon, P.; Santoyo, F.; Alonso, S.

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Bizarre paediatric facial burns
pp. 504-506(3)
Authors: Ho, W.S.; Ying, S.Y.; Wong, T.W.

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Ink used as first aid treatment of a scald
pp. 507-508(2)
Authors: Johnson, D.; Coleman, D.J.

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