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Volume 28, Number 4, June 2002

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Survey: use of skin substitute materials in UK burn treatment centres
pp. 295-297(3)
Authors: Shakespeare, P.; Shakespeare, V.

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Frequency of Pseudomonas aeruginosa serotypes in burn wound infections and their resistance to antibiotics
pp. 340-348(9)
Authors: Estahbanati, H.K.; Kashani, P.P.; Ghanaatpisheh, F.

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Multi-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii on a burns unit-clinical risk factors and prognosis
pp. 349-357(9)
Authors: Wong, T.H.; Tan, B.H.; Ling, M.L.; Song, C.

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Allogenic skin: transplant or dressing?
pp. 358-366(9)
Authors: Burd, A.; Lam, P.K.; Lau, H.

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Motorcycle exhaust burns in children
pp. 367-369(3)
Authors: Roberts, R.; Kelson, E.; Goodall-Wilson, D.; Kimble, R.

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Case studies in contact burns caused by exhaust pipes of motorcycles
pp. 370-373(4)
Authors: Lai C.-S.; Lin, T.; Lee, S.; Tu, C.; Chen, I.; Chang, K.; Tsai, C.; Lin, S.

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Campfire burns in children: an Australian experience
pp. 374-378(5)
Authors: Choo, K.L.; Fraser, J.F.; Kimble, R.M.

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Distally-based neurofasciocutaneous flaps in electrical burns
pp. 379-385(7)
Authors: Yildirim, S.; Akan, M.; Gideroglu, K.; Akoz, T.

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Enteral feeding in patients with major burn injury: the use of nasojejunal feeding after the failure of nasogastric feeding
pp. 386-390(5)
Authors: Sefton, E.J.; Boulton-Jones, J.R.; Anderton, D.; Teahon, K.; Knights, D.T.

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Survival of a 75% burn in a patient with longstanding Addison's disease
pp. 391-393(3)
Authors: James, S.E.; Ghosh, S.J.; Montgomerie, J.; Philp, B.M.; Dziewulski, P.

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Full thickness rectus abdominis muscle defect due to a contact burn
pp. 394-397(4)
Authors: Masaki, F.; Osamu, M.; Tsuneyuki, Y.; Gozo, N.

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Clostridium difficile diarrhea on a burn unit
pp. 398-399(2)
Authors: Still, J.; Law, E.; Friedman, B.; Newton, T.; Wilson, J.

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Causative agents producing burn injury
pp. 400-400(1)
Author: Kumar, P.

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A 5-year retrospective study: burn injuries due to hot cooking oil
pp. 401-402(2)
Authors: Whitaker, I.S.; Oliver, D.W.

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