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Do dressings prevent infection?

There is insufficient evidence to know whether dressings reduce the risk of wound infection after surgery and, in some cases, leaving a wound exposed may be better, say researchers in The BMJ today.

Organogenesis raises $30mm from existing investors

Wound care technology company Organogenesis Inc. raised $30mm in what appears to be a late-stage round to expand its PuraPly product line and to develop new offerings in wound care and surgical. The ...

Bio-Oil supports Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors in latest video campaign

Michael JohnsenBio-Oil produced a video in partnership with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors to address the life-changing benefits that burn camps, such as Camp Nah Nah Mah run by the University...

BARDA Increases Contract Option with Cytori to Advance Countermeasure Clinical Trial

Increased Option Value to $16.6 Million for Burn Wound Treatment Read more...

New study finds low transfer rates of pediatric burn patients in the United States

Nearly 127,000 kids in the U.S had burn injuries in 2012, research shows. Over half or 69,000 of these children had burns that are considered significant injuries by the American Burn Association.

International Society for Burn Injuries issues new guidelines on burn care

(Elsevier) Burns can be among the most devastating of injuries. Following the formulation of practice guidelines that addressed the care and management of burn injuries in developed countries, the Int...

New board game introduced to support training in emergency burn care for frontline professionals

Coinciding with National Burn Awareness Day on 19th October 2016, a board game to support training in emergency burn care for frontline professionals has been developed by Focus Games Ltd, in partners...

New study finds low transfer rates of pediatric burn patients in the US

According to a new study from researchers in the Center for Pediatric Trauma Research and the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital, nearly 127,000 kids in the U.S ha...

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On-Demand Dissolution of a Dendritic Hydrogel-based Dressing for Second-Degree Burn Wounds through Thiol-Thioester Exchange Reaction.

An adhesive yet easily removable burn wound dressing represents a breakthrough in second-degree burn wound care. Current second-degree burn wound dressings absorb wound exudate, reduce bacterial infec...

Dual therapeutic functions of F-5 fragment in burn wounds: preventing wound progression and promoting wound healing in pigs.

Burn injuries are a leading cause of morbidity including prolonged hospitalization, disfigurement, and disability. Currently there is no Food and Drug Administration-approved burn therapeutics. A clin...

IL-15 Superagonist Expands mCD8+ T, NK and NKT Cells after Burn Injury but Fails to Improve Outcome during Burn Wound Infection.

Severely burned patients are highly susceptible to opportunistic infections and sepsis, owing to the loss of the protective skin barrier and immunological dysfunction. Interleukin-15 (IL-15) belongs t...

Guidelines for Burn Care Under Austere Conditions: Surgical and Nonsurgical Wound Management.

Treatment of Children With Scalds by Xenografts: Report From a Swedish Burn Centre.

Scalds are the most common type of burn in children, and one way to treat them is with xenografts with no topical antimicrobials in line with the recommendations of a recent review. However, this trea...

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