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Nutrition Therapy in Major Burns

Cho YS

Major burns lead to a hypermetabolic response that is more dramatic than that identified in any other disease or injury. In addition, major burns increase the metabolic demands of the...
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Usefulness of Treatment with Topical Antifungals in Burning Mouth Syndrome

Kim JH, Kim H, Jung KY, Baek SK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a poorly understood disease that is characterized by burning pain of the tongue without any identifiable organic disease. The pathophysiology of the...
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The Clinical Investigation of Necrotizing Fasciitis in Burn Center

Kim E, Chun JW, Kim YM, Yoon JC, Lim HJ, Cho YS, Kim D, Hur J, Chun W

PURPOSE: The necrotizing fasciitis is a terrifying infectious disease that can rapidly spreads to surrounding tissues when fascia is infected and it can cause sepsis to death if not properly...
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Peroneal Artery Perforator Free Flap on the Palm and Removal of Back Foreign Body in High Voltage Electrical Burn Patient: A Case Report

Jung SW, Lee SJ

Wound caused by high-tension electrical burns is difficult to manage because the wound is deep and complex. The wound is progressively necrotic due to microvascular injury resulting in deep tissue...
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Epidemiology of Burns in Infants: A Four-Year Retrospective Study

Yu HH, Choi Y

PURPOSE: Little information has been published regarding minor burn injuries in infants, most of which are preventable. To fill this research gap, this study explored the patterns and mechanisms of...
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Feasibility of Cultured Allogenic Keratinocyte Treatment for Third Degree Burns

Choi J, Cho JT, Choi JY, Seo BF, Jung SN

Allogenic keratinocyte application is widely used for treatment of second degree burns. However, there is no significant body of report on application of allogenic keratinocyte to third degree burns. A...
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Delta Neutrophil Index as an Early Marker of Sepsis in Burn Patients

Kim CM, Ha CM

PURPOSE: The immature granulocyte count has been reported to be a marker of infection and sepsis. The difference in leukocyte subfractions (delta neutrophil index, DNI) in ADVIA 2120 reflects the...
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Plasma Lactate Clearance as Early Predictors of Morbidity in Major Burn Patients

Lee S, Lee H, Yoo K

PURPOSE: This study was performed to investigate the effect of plasma lactate clearance as predictive factor of major burn patients. METHODS: A retrospective review was performed on 119 patients from January...
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Treatment of Third Degree Burn due to Low-Temperature Contact Burn on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Patient: Low-Temperature Burn on AIDS Patient

Hong SW, Choi HJ, Kim JH, Lee DW

Incidence of low-temperature contact burn by use of an electric pad is increased recently, especially in depressed sensory. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome patient using antiretroviral agent suffered with sensory depression...
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Salvage Procedure of a Lower Leg in a Contact Burn: Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Free Flap and Scalp Skin Graft

Oh SJ, Moon D

Intentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning has become rapidly increased occurrence, also if the surviving patient is burnt and unconscious, the patient's burn wound is likely to be severely deep and...
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Simultaneous two-layer harvesting of scalp split-thickness skin and dermal grafts for acute burns and postburn scar deformities

Oh SJ

BACKGROUND: The scalp, an excellent donor site for thin skin grafts, presents a limited surface but is rich in stem cells. The purpose of this study was to test a...
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Bisifusarium Delphinoides, an Emerging Opportunistic Pathogen in a Burn Patient with Diabetes Mellitus

Park JH, Oh J, Song JS, Kim J, Sung GH

An 82-year-old man with diabetes was admitted to the emergency department with a third-degree burn on his left leg. The deep swab specimen from his left leg was cultured on...
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A literature review on burning mouth syndrome

Choi SH, Lee BN, Lim HS, Oh WM, Kim JH

Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is defined as the xerostomia, burning sensation and various discomfort of tongue and oral mucosa. BMS can occur in both men and women, but is more...
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Early reduced bone formation following burn injury in rats is not inversely related to marrow adiposity

El Ayadi A, Helderman , Finnerty C, Herndon DN, Rosen CJ, Klein GL

OBJECTIVES: The objective of the study was to determine whether postburn reduction of bone formation occurred earlier than 2–3 weeks after burn injury and whether that reduction was inversely related...
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Sensate Medial Plantar Free Flap Transfer and Adductor Pollicis Myotomy for Treatment of Palmar Burn Scar Contracture

Ku I, Jeong E

A postburn contracture involving the palmar skin and subcutaneous tissues results in a severe loss of functionality of the affected hand. The corrective surgical procedures aim for an improvement of...
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Effects of a Province-Based Strategy to Prevent Suicide Using Charcoal Burning: A Preliminary Time Series Analysis

Jo SJ, Yun MK, Lee MS

The suicide rate in Korea has been declining steadily after peaking in 2011. However, to date, time-series analyses of Korean suicide rate data have mainly addressed factors related to increases...
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Genetic Variability of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Strains Isolated from Burns Patients

Goudarzi M, Kobayashi , Hashemi A, Fazeli M, Navidinia

OBJECTIVES: Staphylococcus aureus is a nosocomial pathogen that provides a major challenge in the healthcare environment, especially in burns units where patients are particularly susceptible to infections. In this study,...
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The Effectiveness of (1,3)-β-D-Glucan Assay for Diagnosis of Invasive Fungal Infections in Patients with Burn Injury

Lee N, Kim D

BACKGROUND: Fungal infections are emerging as a major cause of healthcare-associated infection, and invasive fungal infections (IFI) are associated with high mortality in burn patients. The (1,3)-β-D-glucan (BG) assay has...
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A Qualitative Study on Interpersonal Relationships of Patients with Facial Burn Injuries: Phenomenological Study

Kil M, Lee Y

PURPOSE: The purpose of the study was to explore the experience of patients with facial burn injuries regarding their interpersonal relationships. METHODS: The phenomenological research method was used. Participants of the...
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Pain Relief Efficacy of Ibuprofen Releasing Foam Dressing (Biatain Ibu®) on Outpatient Patient with Partial Thickness Burn Wound

Lee JH, Choi BG, Lee JH, Kim JW

PURPOSE: Pain management in burn treatment is important in improving wound healing and quality of life. Ibuprofen is a proven pain relieving agent in patients with partial thickness burn by...
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