Burn injury: Challenges and advances in burn wound healing, infection, pain and scarring.

@article{Wang2018BurnIC,
  title={Burn injury: Challenges and advances in burn wound healing, infection, pain and scarring.},
  author={Yiwei D Wang and Joanneke Beekman and Jonathan Hew and Stuart E. Jackson and Andrea C Issler-Fisher and Roxanne Parungao and Sepher S Lajevardi and Zhe Li and Peter K. M. Maitz},
  journal={Advanced drug delivery reviews},
  year={2018},
  volume={123},
  pages={
          3-17
        }
}
Severe burn injuries are the most traumatic and physically debilitating injuries affecting nearly every organ system and leading to significant morbidity and mortality. Early burn wound excision and skin grafting are common clinical practices that have significantly improved the outcomes for severe burn injured patients by reducing mortality rate and days of hospital stay. However, slow wound healing, infection, pain, and hypertrophic scarring continue to remain a major challenge in burn… CONTINUE READING
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