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Volume 29, Number 4, June 2003

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Editorial Board
pp. i-i(1)

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Scoring in burned patients - our opinion
pp. 297-298(2)
Authors: Andel, H.; Kamolz, L.P.

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What is the prevalence of hypertrophic scarring following burns?
pp. 299-302(4)
Authors: Bombaro, K.M.; Engrav, L.H.; Carrougher, G.J.; Wiechman, S.A.; Faucher, L.; Costa, B.A.; Heimbach, D.M.; Rivara, F.P.; Honari, S.

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Effects of rolling inhibition on smoke inhalation injury
pp. 307-314(8)
Authors: Cetin, C.; Ozyilmaz, M.; Baycu, C.; Kose, A.A.; Karabagli, Y.

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Soluble IL-4 receptor improves the skin-graft-associated cytomegalovirus infection in thermally injured mice
pp. 315-321(7)
Authors: Kobayashi, H.; Kobayashi, M.; Takahashi, H.; Herndon, D.N.; Pollard, R.B.; Suzuki, F.

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Corticosteroid-impairment of healing and gastric pentadecapeptide BPC-157 creams in burned mice
pp. 323-334(12)
Authors: Sikiric, P.; Seiwerth, S.; Mise, S.; Staresinic, M.; Bedekovic, V.; Zarkovic, N.; Borovic, S.; Gjurasin, M.; Boban-Blagaic, A.; Batelja, L.; Rucman, R.; Anic, T.

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Influence of local anaesthetics on inflammatory activity postburn
pp. 335-341(7)
Authors: Yregard, L.; Cassuto, J.; Tarnow, P.; Nilsson, U.

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Delayed dilated cardiomyopathy for major burn injuries
pp. 343-348(6)
Authors: Chen, T.; Shen, B.; Yeh, F.; Lin, J.; Ma, H.; Huang, C.; Fang R.-H.

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Flammable liquid burns in children
pp. 349-352(4)
Authors: Henderson, P.; Mc Conville, H.; Hohlriegel, N.; Fraser, J.F.; Kimble, R.M.

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Epidemiology of burns admitted to Ain Shams University Burns Unit, Cairo, Egypt
pp. 353-358(6)
Authors: Hemeda, M.; Maher, A.; Mabrouk, A.

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A retrospective study to determine the incidence of pressure ulcers in burn patients using a low air loss pressure relieving mattress
pp. 363-365(3)
Authors: Still, J.M.; Wilson, J.; Rinker, C.; Law, E.; Craft-Coffman, B.

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Incidence of cardiac events in burned patients
pp. 367-368(2)
Authors: Meyers, D.G.; Hoestje, S.M.; Korentager, R.A.

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Proliferative ''crescentic'' glomerulonephritis in a burned patient
pp. 381-384(4)
Authors: Deveci, M.; Bozkurt, M.; Onguru, O.; Sengezer, M.

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Survival of severe ARDS with five-organ system failure following burns and inhalation injury in a 15-year-old patient
pp. 389-394(6)
Authors: Cedidi, C.; Hierner, R.; Pichlmaier, M.; Forssmann, W.; Meyer, M.

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A case of extensive second degree burn caused by ultraviolet ray irradiation
pp. 399-400(2)
Authors: Yamada, Y.; Endo, S.; Minakawa, Y.; Makabe, H.; Abe, H.; Imai, S.

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Potassium permanganate burn due to a dispensing error
pp. 401-402(2)
Authors: Henderson, J.; Anderson, W.D.; Jawad, M.A.

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