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Burn Wound Bacteriological Profiles, Patient Outcomes, and Tangential Excision Timing: A Prospective, Observational Study.

Because infection can thwart burn healing, microorganisms, their susceptibility patterns, and the effect of tangential excision timing on outcomes of burn patients were examined.


Intravenous Ketamine as an adjunct to procedural sedation during burn wound care and dressing changes.

Little has been published regarding intravenous (IV) ketamine for burn wound care in adult patients. Ketamine may serve as a safe alternative to provide conscious sedation and limit opioid administration to patients. The purpose of this study was to characterize IV ketamine use during burn wound care and establish its potential role as a safe adjunct to opioid and benzodiazepine medications. This is a retrospective review of adult patients admitted to a regional burn center who received IV ketamine for burn...

Skin bioprinting: the future of burn wound reconstruction?

Burns are a significant cause of trauma, and over the years, the focus of patient care has shifted from just survival to facilitation of improved functional outcomes. Typically, burn treatment, especially in the case of extensive burn injuries, involves surgical excision of injured skin and reconstruction of the burn injury with the aid of skin substitutes. Conventional skin substitutes do not contain all skin cell types and do not facilitate recapitulation of native skin physiology. Three-dimensional (3D)...


Emergency Care of The Burn Patient Before The Burn Center: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Good burn care starts with correct management of the burn patient prior to transfer to a burn center. The purpose of this study was to perform a systematic review of the medical literature describing pre-burn center care.

Effects of early versus delayed excision and grafting on restoring the functionality of deep burn injured hands: A double blind, randomized parallel clinical trial.

Hand burns have major impacts on daily activities. An interdisciplinary and multifaceted approach is necessary to effectively treat these burns. Generally, hands are common sites for burn injuries. It is known that Early Excision and Grafting (EEG) of deep burn wounds can decrease scar and subsequent contracture formation compared to Delayed Excision and Grafting (DEG) method. Accordingly, this study aimed to compare the effects of these procedures on function of hands with deep burns, by using the Michigan...

Clinical Utility of PNA-FISH for Burn Wound Diagnostics: A Non-Invasive, Culture-Independent Technique for Rapid Identification of Pathogenic Organisms in Burn Wounds.

Burn injury results in an immediate compromised skin state, which puts the affected patient at an immediate risk for infection, including sepsis. For burn patients that develop infections, it is critical to rapidly identify the etiology so that an appropriate treatment can be administered. Current clinical standards rely heavily on culture-based methods for local and systemic infection testing, which can often take days to complete. While more advanced methods (i.e. MALDI or NAAT) have improved turnaround t...

The effect of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy on the expression of biofilm associated genes in Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from wound infections in burn patients.

Burn patients are particularly susceptible to microbial infection. Staphylococcus aureus causes burn wound, impetigo and cellulitis. Although sub-lethal antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (aPDT) would not result in microorganism killing, it can considerably influence microbial virulence factor.

Chronic burn wound treatment by Erbium: YAG fractional ablation: First described report and literature review.

Preparation, characterization and evaluation of glycerol plasticized chitosan/PVA blends for burn wounds.

Chitosan like natural polymers have been widely used in burn wound management. Novel low molecular weight chitosan-PVA soft membranes have been studied for antibacterial and wound healing properties. The effectiveness of antibacterial activity was carried against bacterial pathogens while wound healing nature of chitosan was conducted in second degree burns on rabbits as model animal. Rabbits were divided into three groups; control untreated, treated with commercial Fusidic acid (Fu-A) cream and chitosan-PV...

Characteristics of scar hyperplasia after burn and the rehabilitation treatment in children.

After the wound healing of deep burn in children, there will be scar tissue proliferation in varying degrees. Burn scar seriously affects the quality of life and the psychological health during the growth and development of children, so parents of children pay more and more attention to scar treatment and functional rehabilitation after burn. The treatment of scar after burn in children has become an important issue for medical workers in burn, plastic surgery, and rehabilitation. This article analyzes and ...

Results of Achilles Tendon Excision for Purpose of Wound Closure: Case Series.

The loss of Achilles tendon results in reduced plantar flexion strength; however, in patients who are not fit for major reconstructive surgery, with soft-tissue defects overlying the tendon, Achilles tendon excision is a useful adjunct procedure for wound closure. We report 3 patients with infections around the Achilles tendons needing debridement procedures who underwent Achilles tendon excision for the purpose of wound closure. Local healing was achieved in all patients; all returned to their premorbid am...

Prevention of Burn Wound Progression by Mesenchymal Stem Cell Transplantation: Deeper Insights Into Underlying Mechanisms.

Burns are dynamic wounds that may present a progressive expansion of necrosis into the initially viable zone of stasis. Therefore, salvage of this zone is a major subject of focus in burn research. The beneficial effects of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) on the survival of the zone of stasis have been previously documented. However, many gaps still exist in our knowledge regarding the underlying protective mechanisms. Hence, this study was designed to evaluate the pathophysiological basis of MSCs in the prev...

Preparation of self-regulating/anti-adhesive hydrogels and their ability to promote healing in burn wounds.

Few burn dressings can self-regulate the optimal humidity levels that are required for wound healing, while also providing good anti-adhesive properties to prevent damage that can occur when wound dressings are changed. Consequently, a water-soluble carboxymethylcellulose sodium/sodium alginate/chitosan (CMC-Na/SA/CS) composite hydrogel has been developed as a potential burn wound dressing, with orthogonal testing revealing an optimal ratio of CMC-Na, SA, and CS as 2, 3, and 1 wt % for hydrogel preparation,...

Current challenges in the treatment of paediatric burn patients: a retrospective experience at a Viennese burn unit.

Burn trauma in paediatric patients continues to be highly relevant socio-economically since the number of inpatients treated per year has not declined over the past few decades. The treatment of paediatric burn victims places high demands on medical staff and the use of wound dressings and surgical techniques. This study aimed to give a current overview of the inpatient management and treatment methods for paediatric burn patients at a specialised burn centre in Vienna.

Preliminary experience of an expert panel using Triangle Wound Assessment for the evaluation of chronic wounds.

Wound assessment is an essential part of wound management and has traditionally focused on the wound bed. The Triangle of Wound Assessment (Triangle) is a new assessment tool that includes a holistic evaluation of the patient with a wound. The aim of this pilot study was to describe the use of the Triangle in our clinical practice in Spain.

Pirfenidone Ointment Modulates the Burn Wound Bed in C57BL/6 Mice by Suppressing Inflammatory Responses.

An inflammatory response is the normal response to a burn-induced injury. The burn-associated inflammation can lead to further tissue damage as the tissue tries to repair the damage. Prolonged or excessive inflammation is associated with increased fibrosis of burn wounds and the development of hypertrophic scars. The high incidence of hypertrophic scar formation is one of the many challenges to treating deep partial-thickness burns. Prophylactic treatment to improve burn-induced hypertrophic scarring is lac...

Sixty years of classics and sixty years of fulfilling mission.

The Department of Burns of Beijing Jishuitan Hospital has gone through 60 years of glorious course as well as Chinese burn surgery. Over the past 60 years, our department developed from scratch, from weak to strong, with continuous innovation. Under the efforts of several generations, remarkable achievements have been made one after another. This article mainly introduces the contribution of our department to burn medicine from five aspects as follows: critical burn treatment, wound repair, electric burn tr...

Burn Casualty Care in the Deployed Setting.

Management of wartime burn casualties can be very challenging. Burns frequently occur in the setting of other blunt and penetrating injuries. This clinical practice guideline provides a manual for burn injury assessment, resuscitation, wound care, and specific scenarios including chemical and electrical injuries in the deployed or austere setting. The clinical practice guideline also reviews considerations for the definitive care of local national patients, including pediatric patients, who are unable to be...

One case of elderly patient with extremely severe burn complicated by ventricular tachycardia.

One elderly patient with extremely severe burn was admitted to our department on 4th August, 2017. The patient suffered multiple sustained ventricular tachycardia from post injury day 2 to 4 due to relatively high input volume during shock stage. Amiodarone could not be given through intravenous injection because of his low blood pressure. After consultation with cardiologist, ventricular tachycardia was corrected by electrical cardioversion of several times. According to this case, the first treatment is e...

Wound Complication Rates After Vulvar Excisions for Premalignant Lesions.

To assess the rate of wound complications and evaluate the effectiveness of antibiotic prophylaxis in vulvar wide local excision procedures.

Hydrogel dressings and their application in burn wound care.

After a burn injury, skin loses its protective properties, leaving the body open to a number of complications. The gold standard treatment for burn wounds is autologous skin grafting; however, this may not always be an option, due to insufficient amounts of donor skin. Wound dressings can be used as a primary treatment in those patients who are unsuitable for skin grafting. Many different materials are used to make the dressings; current materials include hydrocolloids, alginates, hydrogels, collagen and hy...

Management of bleeding in major burn surgery.

Major burn surgery is often associated with excessive bleeding and massive transfusion, and the development of a coagulopathy during major burn surgery is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to review the literature on intraoperative haemostatic resuscitation of burn patients during necrectomy to reveal strategies applied for haemostatic monitoring and resuscitation. We searched PubMed, EMBASE, and CENTRAL for studies published in the period 2006-2017 concerning blee...

Role of sugar-based compounds on cutaneous wound healing: what is the evidence?

Cutaneous wound healing is a complex orchestrated process influenced by many endogenous and exogenous imbalances. The main goal of tissue regeneration in wound healing is to increase wound contraction and reduce scar formation, effectively to regenerate a new healthy epidermis and prevent scar contracture. Additionally, prevention, control and treatment of wound infections, particularly in burn wounds, is a vital strategy in the healing process. It was previously supposed that local application of sugar-bas...

A Patient-centered Remote Therapy Monitoring Program Focusing on Increased Adherence to Wound Therapy: A Large Cohort Study.

This retrospective study of 510 patients receiving negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in a home care setting examines the relationship between remote therapy monitoring (RTM) and patient adherence, as well as determines the impact of patient adherence on wound progression.

Role of caveolin-1 in epidermal stem cells during burn wound healing in rats.

Local transplantation of stem cells has therapeutic effects on skin damage but cannot provide satisfactory wound healing. Studies on the mechanisms underlying the therapeutic effects of stem cells on skin wound healing will be needed. Hence, in the present study, we explored the role of Caveolin-1 in epidermal stem cells (EpiSCs) in the modulation of wound healing. We first isolated EpiSCs from mouse skin tissues and established stable EpiSCs with overexpression of Caveolin-1 using a lentiviral construct. W...


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