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Diabetes and burns: retrospective cohort study.
- B. McCampbell, N. Wasif, A. Rabbitts, L. Staiano-Coico, R. Yurt, S. Schwartz
- The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation
- 1 May 2002
Burn injuries are often associated with multisystemic complications, even in otherwise healthy individuals. It is therefore intuitive that for the diabetic patient, the underlying pathophysiologic… Expand
Impact of Diabetes on Burn Injury: Preliminary Results From Prospective Study
- S. Schwartz, M. Rothrock, +7 authors R. Yurt
- Journal of burn care & research : official…
- 1 May 2011
Reducing diabetes mellitus complications has been a major focus for Healthy People 2010. A prior retrospective cohort of our burn center's admissions revealed worse outcomes among diabetic patients,… Expand
Wound fluids: a reflection of the state of healing.
Analyzing acute and chronic wound fluids provides an important and intriguing insight into the wound milieu. This review outlines some of the salient features of wound repair and the wound fluid… Expand
Gelsolin expression in normal human keratinocytes is a function of induced differentiation.
- S. Schwartz, P. Higgins, A. Rajasekaran, L. Staiano-Coico
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Advances in experimental medicine and biology
The epidermis is a self-renewing tissue comprised mainly of keratinocytes that exhibit different degrees of maturation depending upon their location (i.e. basal or suprabasal) within the tissue 1,2.… Expand
The 1994 Moyer Award. Growth and differentiation of normal human keratinocytes in culture: modulation of gelsolin expression.
Diabetes and Burns: A Retrospective Cohort Study: 131.
025 Modulation of Wound Repair in the Obese Diabetic Mouse: a Role for VEGF Gene Transfer
Identifying molecular loci of impaired cutaneous healing in diabetes with an eye towards developing targeted therapy to ameliorate dysrepair continues to evolve as a promising area of study. By using… Expand