Jiahan Wang

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the time course of changes in the expression of fibroblast activation protein (FAP) during healing of skin scald burns in rats. METHODS Adult Wistar rats were randomized into two equal groups (n=42) and subject to superficial second degree and deep second degree scald burns on the dorsal skin groups, with 6 normal rats serving as(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effect of seawater exposure on intestinal injury in rabbits with scald burns and explore the mechanisms. METHODS Sixty-three rabbits with scald burns covering 20% total body surface area were randomized equally into scald control group (group A), scald with freshwater exposure group (group B), and scald with seawater exposure(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the therapeutic effects of VSD combined with irrigation of oxygen loaded fluid on chronic wounds in diabetic patients. METHODS Twenty-six diabetic patients hospitalized in Nanfang Hospital of Southern Medical University from September 2010 to June 2013, with chronic ulcers on lower extremities conforming to the inclusive criteria,(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the therapeutic effects of VSD combined with irrigation of oxygen loaded fluid on the growth of granulation tissue and macrophage polarization in chronic venous leg ulcers. METHODS Thiry-four patients with chronic venous leg ulcers hospitalized in our department from December 2010 to July 2014 were divided into VSD group ( A, n = 11)(More)
With the increasing frequency of marine development activities and local wars at sea, the incidence of scald burns in marine accidents or wars has been increasing yearly. Various studies have indicated that immersion in seawater has a systemic impact on some organs of animals or humans with burn. Thus, for burn/scald injuries after immersion in seawater, it(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the clinical data of adult patients with total burn surface area (TBSA) greater than 50% in Guangzhou and explore the optimal fluid resuscitation protocols for these patients. METHODS The clinical data of 94 adult patients with a TBSA over 50% treated in our center during 1991-2010 were reviewed. and the former decade. Fluid(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the role of massive escharectomy at early postburn stage in the prevention of internal organ dysfunction. METHODS (1) Ten cases of severely burned patients were randomly divided into early (A) and non-early escharectomy (B) groups in equal number. Venous blood samples were harvested from the patients of the two groups in 1, 3 and 7(More)
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