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Leukopenia in non-septic burn patients receiving topical 1% silver sulfadiazine cream therapy: a survey

The Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation

Nov 1, 1988

F W Fuller, P E Engler

PMID: 3220867

Abstract

The cause of early postburn leukopenia (EPBL) is unknown. The evidence suggests that treating burn wounds with 1% silver sulfadiazine cream (SSD) is contributory, but that other factors exist, possibly including burn stress. Differences of opinion exist as to whether SSD applications to...read more

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Dermazin
Spastic Paraplegia 17
White Blood Cell Count Procedure
Differential White Blood Cell Count Procedure
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Administration, Topical
Etiology
Leukopenia
Repeated Rounds of Survey
Silver Sulfadiazine
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Leukopenia in non-septic burn patients receiving topical 1% silver sulfadiazine cream therapy: a survey

The Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation

Nov 1, 1988

F W Fuller, P E Engler

PMID: 3220867

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The cause of early postburn leukopenia (EPBL) is unknown. The evidence suggests that treating burn wounds with 1% silver sulfadiazine cream (SSD) is contributory, but that other factors exist, possibly including burn stress. Differences of opinion exist as to whether SSD applications to...read more

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