- American Academy of Dermatology
- ATLA Tap Water
Burn Litigation Resource Center
The Tap Water Burn Resource Center was established to make the public aware of the dangers
from overheated tap water. The culprit is the hot water heater, which can be set to heat
water to well above 150F, because many people are not aware of how to set the thermometer
or are unaware that its default temperature setting is too high for human contact.
In Western Australia Research Group
Burns in Western Australia Research Group, a unique research group based in Perth, Western
Australia, to facilitate and engage in inter-disciplinary research in the field of burn
Measurement of Cutaneous Pressures Generated By Pressure Garments
Pressure garments are the mainstay of burn scar management despite limited scientific
evidence. This study demonstrates a simple method of directly measuring the cutaneous
pressures generated by a pressure garment.
- The National Rehabilitation
Information Center (NARIC)
The National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) is a library and information center
on disability and rehabilitation. Funded since 1979 by the National Institute on
Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), NARIC collects and disseminates the
results of federally funded research projects.
- Single-dose electron
beam irradiation in treatment and prevention of keloids and hypertrophic scars
Single-dose electron beam irradiation in treatment and prevention of keloids and
hypertrophic scars. Theodore C.M. Lo, Brooke R. Seckel, Ferdinand A. Salzman and Kenneth
A. Wright. Low megavolt electron beam irradiation was used on 354 sites in 199 patients at
the Lahey Clinic.
- Scar Management
of Cultured Epithelial Autograft
Since the introduction of cultured epithelial autograft (CEA) into the treatment of the
burns wounds the resulting scar has caused a great deal of concern. When CEA is applied to
a deep wound the resulting scar is subject to breakdown with minimal trauma.
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