Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 27, Number 2, March 2001

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Do burn patients need burn specific multidisciplinary outpatient aftercare: research results
pp. 103-110(8)
Authors: van Loey, N.E.E.; Faber, A.W.; Taal, L.A.

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Clinical outcome of HIV positive patients with moderate to severe burns
pp. 111-114(4)
Authors: Edge, J.M.; van der Merwe, A.E.; Pieper, C.H.; Bouic, P.

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Pediatric burn injuries in Tehran, Iran
pp. 115-118(4)
Authors: Alaghehbandan, R.; MacKay Rossignol, A.; Rastegar Lari, A.

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Suicidal burns in Hong Kong Chinese
pp. 125-127(3)
Authors: Ho, W.S.; Ying, S.Y.

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Multi-drug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa outbreak in a burns unit - an infection control study
pp. 131-135(5)
Authors: Douglas, M.W.; Mulholland, K.; denyer, V.; Gottlieb, T.

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Microbiologic aspects of predominant bacteria isolated from the burn patients in Korea
pp. 136-139(4)
Authors: Song, W.; Lee, K.M.; Kang, H.J.; Shin, D.H.; Kim, D.K.

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Acinetobacter baumannii - An emerging nosocomial pathogen in the burns unit Manipal, India
pp. 140-144(5)
Authors: Sengupta, S.; Kumar, P.; Ciraj, A.M.; Shivananda, P.G.

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Acellular allograft dermal matrix: immediate or delayed epidermal coverage?
pp. 150-153(4)
Authors: Munster, A.M.; Smith-Meek, M.; Shalom, A.

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Burn depth and its histological measurement
pp. 154-160(7)
Authors: Watts, A.M.I.; Tyler, M.P.H.; Perry, M.E.; Roberts, A.H.N.; McGrouther, D.A.

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Arterial thermodilution: an alternative to pulmonary artery catheter for cardiac output assessment in burn patients
pp. 161-166(6)
Authors: Holm, C.; Melcer, B.; Horbrand, F.; Henckel von Donnersmarck, G.; Muhlbauer, W.

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A newly developed hydrofibre dressing, in the treatment of partial-thickness burns
pp. 167-173(7)
Authors: Vloemans, A.F.P.M.; Soesman, A.M.; Kreis, R.W.; Middelkoop, E.

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Chryseobacterium in burn wounds
pp. 179-182(4)
Authors: Kienzle, N.; Muller, M.; Pegg, S.

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Current attitudes to burns resuscitation in the UK
pp. 183-184(2)
Authors: Wharton, S.M.; Khanna, A.

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Povidone-iodine related burns
pp. 185-188(4)
Authors: Nahlieli, O.; Baruchin, A.M.; Levi, D.; Shapira, Y.; Yoffe, B.

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Burn injuries caused by air bag deployment
pp. 196-199(4)
Authors: Ulrich, D.; Noah, E.; Fuchs, P.; Pallua, N.

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Staphylococcal septicaemia in burns
pp. 203-203(1)
Authors: Blot, S.I.; Hoste, E.A.; vandewoude, K.H.; Colardyn, F.A.

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