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Cassia Angustifolia Primed ASCs Accelerate Burn Wound Healing by Modulation of Inflammatory Response

Tasneem S, Ghufran H, Azam M, Arif A, Umair MB, Yousaf MA, Shahzad K, Mehmood A, Malik K, Riazuddin S

Background: Thermal traumas impose a huge burden on healthcare systems. This merits the need for advanced but cost-effective remedies with clinical prospects. In this context, we prepared a regenerative 3D-construct comprising...
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Strategic Treatment with Thermal Camera Monitoring of Cold Burn Hand Injury Implicated by Liquid Nitrogen Followed by Secondary Rewarming Burn: A Case Report

Kim KH, Lim SY, Koh IC, Kim H

When it comes to the cold burn injury, rewarming with 37~39oC running water until the sensory restoration of the affected site is a well-established treatment modality. However, there have been...
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Conservative Treatment of Chemical Burns with Glacial Acetic Acid: Case Report

Kim JS, Shin JB, Kim NG, Do GC, Kim MH, Kim TH, Lee KS

Glacial acetic acid is a highly dangerous chemical that, in recent years, has been linked to multiple adverse drug reactions in patients. Despite warnings, improper dilution of concentrated glacial acetic...
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Various injury patterns due to combustion (typical but unfamiliar to physicians and easy to miss) in Korea: a case report

Kim HI

Patients transported from fire sites may exhibit various injury patterns. Major trauma, skin burn, inhalation burn, and carbon monoxide poisoning are typical injuries. However, most physicians may be unfamiliar that...
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Skin-Sparing Marginal Excision: Case Report of a Novel Approach to Dystrophic Calcification

Kim YH, Park JKh

Dystrophic calcification (DC) is a rare manifestation of calcium salt accumulation in non-skeletal tissues, often associated with local tissue damage. This case report presents a 45-year-old female patient who manifested...
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Oral chemical burns caused by topical application of policresulen: a case report

Chae HS, Kang S

Oral mucosal burns can occur after contact with various chemical agents, and commonly manifest as areas of mucosal sloughing and ulceration. Policresulen (Albothyl, Celltrion Pharm Inc.) is an over-the-counter topical...
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An Exploratory Study on the Burden of Caregivers of Adult Burn Survivors

Park SY, Hwang SH

Background: This study aimed to examine the caregiver burden in families who took care of adult burn survivors and to explore various risk factors to impact family caregiver burden. Methods: Data...
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Analysis of Geriatric Burns in a Burn Center: Behavioral and Clinical Characteristics

Joo HS, Kim HB, Sung KY

Purpose: Elderly people are particularly susceptible to burn injuries due to physiological and anatomical aging processes. As the elderly population is expected to grow, the number of burn injuries among...
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Electron Microscopic Study in the Rat Model of Electrically Injured Myelopathy: Preliminary Report

Jeong JH, Seo CH, Lee DH

Objective: The patient with electrically injured myelopathy showed mild motor weakness without somatosensory pathway abnormalities. Few reports have been reported on the pathophysiological mechanisms of electrically injured myelopathy, and there...
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Topical Application of Purified Amniotic Fluid Accelerated Healing of Full-Thickness Burns, Negating the Need for Skin Grafts: A Case Report

Kweh MF, Parks M, Salerno A, Vaughn NE, White IA

Full-thickness burns almost always require skin grafting because the severity prevents the natural regenerative process. Here, we illustrate the potential to promote natural skin regeneration utilizing growth factors and regenerative...
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Treatment of Partial-Thickness Burn Wounds with Combined Advanced Therapies: Cultured Allogenic Keratinocyte and Epidermal Growth Factor

Lee KD, Cha EC, Lee J, Kang SY, Burm JS, Cho J

Background: Cultured allogenic keratinocyte (CAK) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) are commonly used biological treatments for partial-thickness burn wounds. A comparative study was conducted on whether the combination therapy of...
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Longitudinal profile of routine biomarkers for mortality prediction using unsupervised clustering algorithm in severely burned patients: a retrospective cohort study with prospectively collected data

Yoon J, Kym D, Hur J, Cho YS, Chun W, Yoon D

Purpose: Burn injury has high clinical heterogeneity and worse prognosis in severely burned patients. Clustering algorithms using unsupervised methods to identify groups with similar trajectories in heterogeneous disease patients can...
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Herpes Zoster Manifestation in the Treatment of a Facial Scald Burn: A Case Report

Kim D, Lim S, Yoon J, Eo S, Han Y

Infections are a major complication in burn patients. In particular, in immunocompromised patients, burn wounds are prone to infections due to destroyed cutaneous barriers and a weakened immune response. It...
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Reconstruction of Severe Burn Scar Deformities on the Distal Nose and Philtrum

Kim JH, Chung CE, Lee CK, Kim DC

Severe facial burns on the peaking portion of the face, such as the nose, and the central facial structure, such as the upper lip, significantly result in ugly facial features....
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Reusing of Anterior Tibial Artery Used as a Recipient Vessel during the First Surgery for Reconstruction of Foot Burns: A Case Report

Seol SH, Chung CM, Park MC, Kim JH

It is challenging to determine which beneficiary recipient vessel to use when performing microsurgery. The condition of the previous recipient vessel controls the outcome, when using the same recipient vessel...
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The Application of Appropriate Flap Depending on the Location of Lower Extremity Burns

Seol SH, Chung CM, Park MC, Kim JH

Purpose: Lower extremities are different from other body parts, so appropriate flap according to each part of the lower extremities needs to be considered. The purpose of our study is...
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Chronic obstructive lung disease after ammonia inhalation burns: a report of two cases

Kim I, Lee H, Kang BH, Lee DH, Nam YH, Roh MS, Um SJ

Anhydrous ammonia is a commonly used chemical in industry. Ammonia gas inhalation causes thermal injuries and alkali burns in the airway and lung parenchyma. Previous case reports have stated that...
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Effect of blended protein nutritional support on reducing burn-induced inflammation and organ injury

Yu Y, Zhang J, Wang J, Wang J, Chai J

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Previous studies have reported that protein supplementation contributes to the attenuation of inflammation. Serious trauma such as burn injury usually results in the excessive release of inflammatory factors and...
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Capacitive coupling leading to electrical skin burn injury during laparoscopic surgery

Kim WJ, Son GM, Lee IY, Yun SU, Jeon GR, Shin DH, Kwon MS, Kwak JY, Baek KR

Purpose: Trocar-site burns occurring during laparoscopic surgery have been reported in various cases, and several efforts to reduce them are underway. This study aimed to analyze the effect of capacitive...
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Ocular chemical burns following accidental instillation of tinea pedis treatment solution: A report of two cases

Kim JH, Chung HS

Many commonly used household chemicals and medical eye drops look alike, resulting in a worldwide increase in incidences of accidents caused by confusion between similar-looking agents. In this case report,...
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