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Debridement of Sulfur-Mustard Skin Burns: A Comparison of Three Methods

Journal of Burn Care & Research : Official Publication of the American Burn Association

Sep 11, 2019

David J BarilloFrances Reid

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Sulfur mustard burns are characterized by delayed symptoms, slow healing, and recurrence after closure. Incomplete debridement at the level of the basement membrane is the postulated cause. Graham pioneered laser debridement of mustard burns. For field or mass-casualty use, saline wet-t...read more

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Reparative Closure
Membrane
Mustard (Food)
Injury Wounds
Wound Care
Silver Sulfadiazine
Wound Healing
Mafenide Acetate
Mustard Gas
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Debridement of Sulfur-Mustard Skin Burns: A Comparison of Three Methods

Journal of Burn Care & Research : Official Publication of the American Burn Association

Sep 11, 2019

David J BarilloFrances Reid

PMID: 31504620

DOI: 10.1093/jbcr/irz140

Abstract

Sulfur mustard burns are characterized by delayed symptoms, slow healing, and recurrence after closure. Incomplete debridement at the level of the basement membrane is the postulated cause. Graham pioneered laser debridement of mustard burns. For field or mass-casualty use, saline wet-t...read more

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Reparative Closure
Membrane
Mustard (Food)
Injury Wounds
Wound Care
Silver Sulfadiazine
Wound Healing
Mafenide Acetate
Mustard Gas

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