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Management of extravasation injuries: A retrospective study
TLDR
The extravasation injuries can be prevented by using appropriate measures, such as the avoidance of perfusion under pressure, patient participation in pain follow-up, wound management by experienced health professionals, and preference for large and suitable veins.
β-Glucan treatment prevents progressive burn ischaemia in the zone of stasis and improves burn healing: an experimental study in rats.
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It is demonstrated that β-glucan may prevent neutrophil-dependent tissue damage and burn-induced oxidative injury through its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and is therefore very effective in saving the zone of stasis.
Fire disaster caused by LPG tanker explosion at Lice in Diyarbakır (Turkey): July 21, 2014.
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It is recommended that all personnel members who engage in work related to LPG from production to use, in addition to rescue and first-response personnel, be trained comprehensively and that advanced technological fire equipment be used to prevent such disasters.
Comparision of clinical and histopathological results of hyalomatrix usage in adult patients.
TLDR
The use of HA skin substitute in adults for treatment of Hypertrophic scar (HS) or Keloid (K) provided the desired clinical healing in the 6 months' follow-up periods and led to a durable skin coverage in full thickness tissue loss in adult patients.
Effects of montelukast on burn wound healing in a rat model.
TLDR
In conclusion, montelukast was effective on burn wound healing and the effect was amplified when combined with topical antibiotics applied in the early stage of burn wounds healing.
Comparison of the effects of dexmedetomidine and remifentanil on potential extreme haemodynamic and respiratory response following mask ventilation and laryngoscopy in patients with mandibular
OBJECTIVE The safety profile and efficacy were compared for remifentanil and dexmedetomidine with respect to haemodynamic and respiratory response during mask ventilation and laryngoscopy in patients
Effect of 2100 MHz mobile phone radiation on healing of mandibular fractures: an experimental study in rabbits
TLDR
The results of this study showed that a 2100 MHz RF radiation positively affected fracture healing and was higher in the experimental group when compared to the control group.
[Effectiveness of early fasciotomy in the management of snakebites].
TLDR
Fasciotomy has a special place in snakebites and should be performed before the full clinical symptoms develop or the compartment pressure reaches the threshold value, in cases of compartment syndrome.
An Autoprosthesis Technique for Better Breast Projection in Free Nipple Graft Reduction Mammaplasty
TLDR
A modified breast reduction technique that combines the Graf and Thorek methods resulted in satisfactory long-term breast projection and upper-pole fullness and no severe bottoming-out deformity was observed during long- term follow-up.
Repairs of Large Defects of the Lower Lid and the Infraorbital Region With Suspended Cheek Flaps With a Dermofat Flap
TLDR
The authors’ aim is to present the outcome of the repairs they performed on large defect areas in the lower lid and the infraorbital region using cheek flaps suspended by a dermofat flap, which may reduce the risk of lid deformities that may develop with the cheek flap used to repair large lid defects.
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