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Clinical comparison of maphenide and silver sulphadiazine

Scandinavian Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Jan 1, 1979

Stuart P PeggM Laundy

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A series of 645 consecutive burn injuries are analysed. There were 175 patients in the control group, 156 in the Maphenide (Sulfamylon) group and 314 in the Silver Sulphadiazine (S. S. D.) group. The Maphenide group and S.S.D. group are compared statistically with the control group. S.S...read more

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Antibiotics
Bacterial Infections
Burn Injury
Candida albicans
Drug Evaluation
Escherichia coli
Lymphadenitis
Pneumonia
Pseudomonas
Pseudomonas Infections
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Clinical comparison of maphenide and silver sulphadiazine

Scandinavian Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Jan 1, 1979

Stuart P PeggM Laundy

PMID: 451487

DOI: 10.3109/02844317909013031

Abstract

A series of 645 consecutive burn injuries are analysed. There were 175 patients in the control group, 156 in the Maphenide (Sulfamylon) group and 314 in the Silver Sulphadiazine (S. S. D.) group. The Maphenide group and S.S.D. group are compared statistically with the control group. S.S...read more

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Antibiotics
Bacterial Infections
Burn Injury
Candida albicans
Drug Evaluation

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