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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 27, Number 5, August 2001

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Editorial
pp. vii-viii(2)

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Initial experience with a composite autologous skin substitute
pp. 421-424(4)
Authors: Sheridan, R.L.; Morgan, J.R.; Cusick, J.L.; Petras, L.M.; Lydon, M.M.; Tompkins, R.G.

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How long can cryopreserved skin be stored to maintain adequate graft performance?
pp. 425-431(7)
Authors: Ben-Bassat, H.; Chaouat, M.; Segal, N.; Zumai, E.; Wexler, M.R.; Eldad, A.

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Dermal cellular inflammation in burns. an insight into the function of dermal microvascular anatomy
pp. 433-438(6)
Authors: Tyler, M.P.H.; Watts, A.M.I.; Perry, M.E.; Roberts, A.H.N.; McGrouther, D.A.

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Selective decontamination of the digestive tract in severely burned pediatric patients
pp. 439-445(7)
Authors: Barret, J.P.; Jeschke, M.G.; Herndon, D.N.

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The effect of short-term growth hormone treatment on growth and energy expenditure in burned children
pp. 447-452(6)
Authors: Aili Low, J.F.; Barrow, R.E.; Mittendorfer, B.; Jeschke, M.G.; Chinkes, D.L.; Herndon, D.N.

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Metabolic disorder in myocardiac intracellular free calcium after thermal injury
pp. 453-457(5)
Authors: Xia Z.-f.; Horton, J.W.; Tang, H.; Yang, Y.

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Phosphate buffer in alkali eye burns as an inducer of experimental corneal calcification
pp. 459-464(6)
Authors: Schrage, N.F.; Schlomacher, B.; Aschenbernner, W.; Langefeld, S.

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Topical use of Sucralfate Cream in second and third degree burns
pp. 465-469(5)
Authors: Banati, A.; Chowdhury, S.R.; Mazumder, S.

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Assault by burning - a reappraisal
pp. 471-474(4)
Authors: Ho, W.S.; Ying, S.Y.; Chan, H.H.; Chow, C.M.

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Serial tissue expansion for reconstruction of burns of the head and neck
pp. 481-487(7)
Authors: Hudson, D.A.; Arasteh, E.

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Skin care in burn patients: a team approach
pp. 489-491(3)
Authors: Ho W.-S.; Chan, H.H.; Ying, S.Y.; Cheng, H.S.; Wong, C.S.

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The management of white phosphorus burns
pp. 492-497(6)
Authors: Chou T.-D.; Lee, T.; Chen, S.; Tung, Y.; Dai, N.; Chen, S.; Lee, C.; Chen, T.; Wang, H.

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High tension electrical injury from a telephone receiver
pp. 502-503(2)
Authors: Thomas, P.C.; Kumar, P.

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Mi1nor burns and pneumatocoeles: a case report
pp. 504-508(5)
Authors: George, A.; Bang, R.L.; Gupta, R.; Khalaf, E.M.

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Deep dermal burn due to contact with stomach contents
pp. 509-511(3)
Authors: Alvi, R.; Walmsley, P.; James, M.I.

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Contact burn by charcoal in an attempted suicide
pp. 512-514(3)
Authors: Ying, S.Y.; Ho, W.S.

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The UK burn unit experience of the treatment of non-burn conditions
pp. 515-515(1)
Authors: Hettiaratchy, S.; Alexander, S.; Clarke, J.

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Burn wound healing and skin substitutes
pp. 517-522(6)
Author: Shakespeare, P.

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Skin substitutes: a review
pp. 534-544(11)
Authors: Balasubramani, M.; Kumar, T.R.; Babu, M.

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Clinical evaluation of skin substitutes
pp. 545-551(7)
Author: Kearney, J.N.

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