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Change of Symptom of Giant Cell Tumor at Tendon Sheath due to Flame Burn: A Case Report

Yu KH, Lim SA, Yoon YI

  • KMID: 1815065
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):125-128.
PURPOSE: Giant cell tumor of tendon sheath is benign soft tissue tumor and recurrence rate is 7~40%. It is second most common tumor of the hand after ganglion cyst. It...
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Central Nervous System Toxicity Following Topical Anesthetics: A Case Report

Ha W, Lee JW, Yoo JH, Ji SY

  • KMID: 1815064
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):122-124.
In treating deep second degree burn, it is important to induce reepithelization as soon as possible. So it is crucial to remove eschar after appropriate anesthesia. But in case of...
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Clinical Experience of Matriderm(R) with Autologous Skin Graft in Full Thickness Burns

Kim DC, Shin HS, Jung SG, Cha JH

  • KMID: 1815063
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):115-121.
PURPOSE: The various skin substitutes for the reconstruction of full thickness skin defects after burn or excision of burn scars have been reported to reduce donor site morbidity and skin...
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The Usefulness of Enzyme Alginogel (Flaminal(R)) for 2nd Degree Burn Patient Treatment

Yu KH, Yoon YI, Lim SA, Ryu AY

  • KMID: 1815062
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):109-114.
PURPOSE: In conservative treatment of burn wounds, early epithelialization is essential to obtain good aesthetic and functional results. When choosing of dressing method to treat burn wound we should consider...
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Effectiveness of Early Enteral Feeding in Major Burn Patient

Sohn BH, Yang HT, Lim HJ, Kim D, Hur J, Chun W, Kim JH, Lee S, Yoon H, Cho YS

  • KMID: 1815061
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):104-108.
PURPOSE: Early enteral feeding is recommended in cases of critical illness. However, it is unclear whether this recommendation is of most benefit to extremely ill patients. From our experiences, our...
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A Preference and Satisfaction Survey on the Wound Management System

Kang YK, Hong A, Lee BC, Kim D, Seo CH

  • KMID: 1815060
  • J Korean Burn Soc.
  • 2013 Dec;16(2):99-103.
PURPOSE: The biggest problem of wound healing is a possible occurrence of lesion. Especially, in the case of patients who have a skin injury around exposed body parts, if their...
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