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Thermal Injury During the Microvascular Free Flap: A Case Report

Cho HE, Roh SG, Lee NH, Yang KM

Thermal injury to free flap site can be severe and distressing injuries both for the patients and the surgeon. Thermal injuries to insensate free flaps are known complications often reported....
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Lower Lid Orbicularis Oculi Myocutaneous Transposition Flap for Orbital Radiation Induced Scars

Kim DC, Lee HY, Jung DJ, Lee R, Kim JH, Kim TY, Lee SI

PURPOSE: Reconstruction for post-radiation scar on periorbital area including upper eyelid takes consider of eyelid function and cosmetic results. It is a challenging procedure to reconstruct the severe radiation induced...
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Investigation for Phlebitis Development by Peripheral Venous Catheter in Burn Patients

Kim KJ, Lim DS, Lee JH, Kim HY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to build an evidence for adjusting the guideline of our hospital for changing peripheral intravenous catheter interval from 72 hour to 96hour through...
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Vitamin C and D Insufficiency in Burn Patients Undergoing Rehabilitative Therapy-Preliminary Result

Cho YS, Choi YA, Seo CH

PURPOSE: The burn increase the requirement for the antioxidative vitamin C and decrease the plasma concentration of vitamin D due to the loss of skin body surface area. We investigated...
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The Advantages of Using Laryngeal Mask Airway in Case of Burn Eschar Excision Under General Anesthesia

Kim MH, Yoo JH, Kim SS, Ji SY

PURPOSE: The most commonly used way of keeping airway, during general anesthesia, is endotracheal intubation. However, in case of short and simple surgery like escharectomy of burn wounds with Versajet(R),...
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Effective Dressing Considering Adhesion and Absorptance in Treatment of Second Degree Facial Burn

Lee JU, Lim SA, Song JK

PURPOSE: In second degree burn injuries of face, it is important to solve much discharge of early burn wound and shorten healing time. We introduce methodical and effective dressing in...
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Comparison of Cultured Keratinocyte Allograft versus Alloplastic Material in Management of Burn Injury

Kim DH, Kim KS, Choi J, Kim SH

PURPOSE: In the past days, the majority of 2nd degree burns were treated conservatively, and deep 2nd degree burns were usually covered by skin grafts. However, conservative treatment spends a...
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