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Clinical use of laser Doppler flowmetry in a burns unit.
Laser Doppler Flowmetry (LDF) is a new noninvasive technique by which microcirculation changes in tissue can be studied. This has been done in a Burns Unit on burned as well as non-burned patientsExpand
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Laser Doppler flowmetry measurements of superficial dermal, deep dermal and subdermal burns.
The microcirculation in burned patients' skin has been studied on day 3 after the accident with Laser Doppler Flowmetry (LDF). A schedule for interpretation of LDF values has been designed.
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Biologic wound coverings in burn treatment
A review of biologic wound coverings currently in use is presented. These include homografts, xenografts, embryonic membranes, and tissue derivatives. The indications, advantages, and disadvantagesExpand
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LANGERHANS CELL DEPLETED ALLOGRAFT SKIN ON EXCISED BURNS
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In search of an ideal skin substitute.
  • B. Alsbjörn
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of plastic and…
  • 1984
A review of skin substitutes currently in use is presented. These include allografts, xenografts, embryonic membranes, tissue derivatives and synthetic skin substitutes. Clinical results fromExpand
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A depression technique of the epidermal Langerhans cell in cadaver split skin.
  • B. Alsbjörn
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of plastic and…
  • 1984
The epidermal Langerhans cell plays a crucial role in the rejection of allograft split skin. Ultraviolet B radiation and glucocortico -steroid incubation of viable cadaver allograft split skinExpand
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Occlusive dressing versus petroleum gauze on drainage wounds.
Two different wound dressings were tested on human drainage wounds. Improved healing was observed under an occlusive, oxygen-impermeable hydrocolloid dressing compared with petroleum gauze. InfectionExpand
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Clinical results of grafting burns with epidermal Langerhans' cell depleted allograft overlay.
  • B. Alsbjörn
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of plastic and…
  • 1991
Twenty-one severely burned patients have received widely meshed and expanded autografts and allografts of epidermis depleted of Langerhans' cells. In 18 patients 80% or more of the grafts tookExpand
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Grafting of Burns with Widely Meshed Autograft Split Skin and Langerhans Cell—Depressed Allograft Split Skin Overlay
Extensively burned patients suffer from lack of sufficient autologous donor skin. Meshing and wide expansion of the obtained split skin has met the requirement to a large degree. However, the widerExpand
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In vitro suppression of the epidermal Langerhans' cells in necro split skin.
The effect of ultraviolet light B irradiation and glucocorticosteroid incubation on the epidermal Langerhans' cell density and tissue viability was investigated, in vitro, on human thin necro splitExpand
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