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Reducing Pathogen, Virulence Factors in Burn Wound Infection

In this study, the potential of a novel hydroconductive dressing for the treatment of MRSA-infected burn wounds is examined. ePlasty, Open Access Journal of Plastic Surgery

Recombinant Viral Vector Expressing hBD4 Inhibits Bacterial Infection in Burn Wounds

Burn patients can be affected by infection, hypovolemic shock, hypothermia, and respiratory failure. First aid is critical for the prevention of these severe complications. However, secondary bacteria...

Germs. The Pseudoscience of Quality Improvement

By Karen Sibert, MD No one wants a hospital-acquired infection—a wound infection, a central line infection, or any other kind.  But today, the level of concern in American hospitals about infectio...

The paranoia surrounding hospital infection rates

No one wants a hospital-acquired infection — a wound infection, a central line infection, or any other kind.  But today, the level of concern in American hospitals about infection rates has rea...

Faster Healing with Fewer Scars

Claremont, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2014 Each year in the US, more than 1 million burn injuries require medical attention. In the military, burn injury is a ubiquitous threat and brings serious com...

Researchers encounter rare chlorella infection

A 30-year-old Western Australian man has become the second ever in the world to be diagnosed with a Chlorella wound infection.

Depression Linked to Postop Infection

Patients who are experiencing depression before cardiothoracic surgery are at a higher risk for wound infection, according to the results of a new study. Medscape Medical News

End Burn Out Launches a New Program to Combat Work Related Stress, in a live webinar on November 13th

Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 06, 2014 As part of a major new product development End Burn Out have launched their new program with the same name “End Burn Out” to combat work relat...

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A topical aqueous oxygen emulsion stimulates granulation tissue formation in a porcine second-degree burn wound.

Oxygen is an essential substance for wound healing. Limited studies have shown that topical oxygen can influence healing. This study evaluated the effects of a Topical Oxygen Emulsion (TOE) on burn wo...

Efficacy of purified lactonase and ciprofloxacin in preventing systemic spread of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in murine burn wound model.

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an important etiological agent associated with systemic infection in burn patients. Quorum sensing (QS) mechanism of P. aeruginosa contributes to its virulence. Inhibition of...

Effect of oral olive oil on healing of 10-20% total body surface area burn wounds in hospitalized patients.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of consumption of oral olive oil on clinical outcomes and wound healing of thermally injured patients with hospital stays. One hundred patients (me...

Epidemiology of burn wound infection in Rabat, Morocco: Three-year review.

Objective: To determine the bacteriological profile of burn wounds in patients hospitalized in the burn unit of the Military Hospital in Rabat and describe their sensitivity to antibiotics. Material a...

Thymosin beta 4 improves dermal burn wound healing via downregulation of receptor of advanced glycation end products in db/db mice.

Delay of dermal burn wound healing caused by vascular disorders is a critical problem for many diabetic patients. Thymosin β4 (Tβ4), identified by subtractive cloning of endothelial cells on plastic...

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