Jan Terje Røttingen

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BACKGROUND Flexor tendon injuries are difficult to treat and the postoperative results have traditionally been poor. MATERIAL AND METHODS The article presents postoperative results (11-22 months) after surgical treatment of injured flexor tendons at Stavanger University Hospital. 32 injuries in 30 patients met the inclusion criteria; 23 of these patients(More)
We examined the development of hypertrophic scarring in 38 children undergoing thoracic surgery. The patients were observed for average 14 months. A treatment group receiving hydrocolloid occlusive bandage (DuoDERM ConvaTec, Squibb) was compared with a control group. Although the difference between the groups did not reach statistical significance there was(More)
Patients admitted for care of acute burns in Norway in 1992 were compared with patients in an earlier national survey in 1977. In 1992, 635 patients were admitted for acute burns in Norway, 20% less than in 1977. 8,975 hospital days were spent on care of acute burns, a 45% reduction compared with 1977. 58 patients (10% of all burn cases admitted to(More)
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