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Early nonsurgical removal of chemically injured tissue enhances wound healing in partial thickness burns

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries

Jun 13, 1998

A EldadHannah Ben-Bassat

PMID: 9625245

Abstract

Chemical burns are slow healing injuries and their depth is difficult to assess. Tissue destruction continues as long as active material is present in the wound site. The routine therapy for treatment of full thickness chemical burns is early excision; it shortens hospitalization and re...read more

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Antineoplastic Agents, Alkylating
Dermatologic Disorders
Wound Healing
Burn Injury
Chemical Burns
Trypure
Laser Coagulation
Nitromin brand of mechlorethamine oxide
Debridement
Administration, Topical
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Early nonsurgical removal of chemically injured tissue enhances wound healing in partial thickness burns

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries

Jun 13, 1998

A EldadHannah Ben-Bassat

PMID: 9625245

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Abstract

Chemical burns are slow healing injuries and their depth is difficult to assess. Tissue destruction continues as long as active material is present in the wound site. The routine therapy for treatment of full thickness chemical burns is early excision; it shortens hospitalization and re...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antineoplastic Agents, Alkylating
Dermatologic Disorders
Wound Healing
Burn Injury
Chemical Burns
Trypure
Laser Coagulation
Nitromin brand of mechlorethamine oxide
Debridement
Administration, Topical
12

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