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Publisher: Wolters Kluwer

Volume 37, Number 1, January/February 2016

Need for Mechanical Ventilation in Pediatric Scald Burns: Why it Happens and Why it Matters
pp. e1-e6(6)
Authors: Mosier, Michael J.; Peter, Tony; Gamelli, Richard L.

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A Retrospective Analysis of Clinical Laboratory Interferences Caused by Frequently Administered Medications in Burn Patients
pp. e10-e17(8)
Authors: Godwin, Zachary; Lima, Kelly; Greenhalgh, David; Palmieri, Tina; Sen, Soman; Tran, Nam K.

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Mental and Physical Health Outcomes in Parents of Children with Burn Injuries as Compared with Matched Controls
pp. e18-e26(9)
Authors: Enns, Jessica; Gawaziuk, Justin P.; Khan, Sazzadul; Chateau, Dan; Bolton, James M.; Sareen, Jitender; Stone, James; Doupe, Malcolm; Logsetty, Sarvesh

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An Analysis of Inhalation Injury Diagnostic Methods and Patient Outcomes
pp. e27-e32(6)
Authors: Ching, Jessica A.; Ching, Yiu-Hei; Shivers, Steven C.; Karlnoski, Rachel A.; Payne, Wyatt G.; Smith, David J.

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“It Happened in Seconds” Firefighter Burn Prevention Program: Evaluation of a “Train the Trainer” Course
pp. e33-e36(4)
Authors: Kahn, Steven A.; Held, Jenny M.; Hollowed, Kathleen A.; Woods, Jason; Holmes, James H.

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Somatosensory Rehabilitation for Neuropathic Pain in Burn Survivors: A Case Series
pp. e37-e46(10)
Authors: Nedelec, Bernadette; Calva, Valerie; Chouinard, Annick; Couture, Marie-Andrée; Godbout, Elisabeth; de Oliveira, Ana; LaSalle, Léo

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Predicting Mechanical Ventilation and Mortality: Early and Late Indicators in Steven–Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
pp. e47-e55(9)
Authors: Beck, Anna; Cooney, Ryan; Gamelli, Richard L.; Mosier, Michael J.

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Socioeconomic Status and Outcomes After Burn Injury
pp. e56-e62(7)
Authors: Doctor, Neil; Yang, Shengping; Maerzacker, Sandra; Watkins, Phillip; Dissanaike, Sharmila

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Surgeon-Performed Hemodynamic Transesophageal Echocardiography in the Burn Intensive Care Unit
pp. e63-e68(6)
Authors: Held, Jenny M.; Litt, Jeffrey; Kennedy, Jason D.; McGrane, Stuart; Gunter, Oliver L.; Rae, Lisa; Kahn, Steven A.

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Not All Drugs Are Created Equal: The Importance of Causative Agent in Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
pp. e69-e78(10)
Authors: Cooney, Ryan; Beck, Anna; Gonzalez, Beverly; Gamelli, Richard L.; Mosier, Michael J.

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Scald Burns From Hair Braiding
pp. e7-e9(3)
Authors: Meizoso, Jonathan P.; Ramaley, Stephen R.; Ray, Juliet J.; Allen, Casey J.; Guarch, Gerardo A.; Varas, Robin; Teisch, Laura F.; Pizano, Louis R.; Schulman, Carl I.; Namias, Nicholas

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Prevalence and Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Symptomatology Among Burn Survivors: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
pp. e79-e89(11)
Authors: Giannoni-Pastor, Anna; Eiroa-Orosa, Francisco Jose; Fidel Kinori, Sara Guila; Arguello, Jose Maria; Casas, Miguel

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Comparison of the Application of Allogeneic Fibroblast and Autologous Mesh Grafting With the Conventional Method in the Treatment of Third-Degree Burns
pp. e90-e95(6)
Authors: Moravvej, Hamideh; Hormozi, Abdoljalil Kalantar; Hosseini, Seyed Nejat; Sorouri, Rahim; Mozafari, Naser; Ghazisaidi, Mohammad Reza; Rad, Mahnaz Mahmoudi; Moghimi, Mohammad Hossein; Sadeghi, Shahin Mohammad; Mirzadeh, Hamid

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Does Bronchoscopic Evaluation of Inhalation Injury Severity Predict Outcome?
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Spano, Stefania; Hanna, Steven; Li, Zeyu; Wood, Donna; Cartotto, Robert

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Development of a Fire Risk Model to Identify Areas of Increased Potential for Fire Occurrences
pp. 12-19(8)
Authors: Lehna, Carlee; Speller, Amanda; Hanchette, Carol; Fahey, Erin; Coty, Mary-Beth

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Development and Implementation of an Innovative Burn Nursing Handbook for Quality Improvement
pp. 20-24(5)
Authors: Olszewski, Anna; Yanes, Amber; Stafford, Jessica; Greenhalgh, David G.; Palmieri, Tina L.; Sen, Soman; Tran, Nam

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The National Incidence and Resource Utilization of Burn Injuries Sustained While Smoking on Home Oxygen Therapy
pp. 25-31(7)
Authors: Assimacopoulos, Evangelia M.; Liao, Junlin; Heard, Jason P.; Kluesner, Karen M.; Wilson, Jeffrey; Wibbenmeyer, Lucy A.

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The Effect of Burn Center Volume on Mortality in a Pediatric Population: An Analysis of the National Burn Repository
pp. 32-37(6)
Authors: Hodgman, Erica I.; Saeman, Melody R.; Subramanian, Madhu; Wolf, Steven E.

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Multispectral and Photoplethysmography Optical Imaging Techniques Identify Important Tissue Characteristics in an Animal Model of Tangential Burn Excision
pp. 38-52(15)
Authors: Thatcher, Jeffrey E.; Li, Weizhi; Rodriguez-Vaqueiro, Yolanda; Squiers, John J.; Mo, Weirong; Lu, Yang; Plant, Kevin D.; Sellke, Eric; King, Darlene R.; Fan, Wensheng; Martinez-Lorenzo, Jose A.; DiMaio, J. Michael

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Long-Term Skeletal Muscle Mitochondrial Dysfunction is Associated with Hypermetabolism in Severely Burned Children
pp. 53-63(11)
Authors: Porter, Craig; Herndon, David N.; Børsheim, Elisabet; Bhattarai, Nisha; Chao, Tony; Reidy, Paul T.; Rasmussen, Blake B.; Andersen, Clark R.; Suman, Oscar E.; Sidossis, Labros S.

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Is Real-Time Feedback of Burn-Specific Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in Clinical Settings Practical and Useful? A Pilot Study Implementing the Young Adult Burn Outcome Questionnaire
pp. 64-74(11)
Authors: Ryan, Colleen M.; Lee, Austin F.; Kazis, Lewis E.; Shapiro, Gabriel D.; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Goverman, Jeremy; Fagan, Shawn P.; Wang, Chao; Kim, Julia; Sheridan, Robert L.; Tompkins, Ronald G.

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