Patricia M Lunsford

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Our previous studies confirmed the phenomenon of burn depth progression despite adequate Parkland formula resuscitation [Kim et al. J Burn Care Rehabil 2001;22960:406-6]. Repetitive ischemia-reperfusion injury (I-R) is a plausible explanation and is suggested by the concomitant swings we have observed in serum base deficit (BD) during resuscitation from(More)
Improved markers of resuscitation are needed in patients with severe burn injuries. In previous animal and human work, we showed 1) wound hypoperfusion plays a role in burn depth progression, 2) that there are periods of repetitive ischemia and reperfusion which correlate closely to wound hypoperfusion, and 3) that wound and splanchnic bed CO2 measurements(More)
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