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Treatment of sulphur mustard skin injury

Chemico-biological Interactions

Feb 12, 2014

J Jenner, Stuart J Graham

Abstract

Since its first use in 1917, sulphur mustard (SM) has been used virtually exclusively as a weapon of war.SM is a volatile liquid that damages any tissue it contacts as a vapour or liquid. SM primarily damages the skin, eyes and lungs producing massive inflammation culminating in the cha...read more

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Alginate
Chemical Burns
Doxycycline
Necrosis
Calcium [EPC]
Re-Epithelialization
Mustard antigen
Acetaminophen
Hydrogen Peroxide
Lung
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Treatment of sulphur mustard skin injury

Chemico-biological Interactions

Feb 12, 2014

J Jenner, Stuart J Graham

PMID: 24513294

DOI: 10.1016/j.cbi.2013.10.015

Abstract

Since its first use in 1917, sulphur mustard (SM) has been used virtually exclusively as a weapon of war.SM is a volatile liquid that damages any tissue it contacts as a vapour or liquid. SM primarily damages the skin, eyes and lungs producing massive inflammation culminating in the cha...read more

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Alginate
Chemical Burns
Doxycycline
Necrosis
Calcium [EPC]
Re-Epithelialization
Mustard antigen
Acetaminophen
Hydrogen Peroxide
Lung

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Lung Epithelial Progenitor Cells

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