Changing pattern of fungal infection in burn patients.


Invasive fungal burn wound infection is an important emerging cause of late onset morbidity and high mortality in patients with major burns. Following a pilot study done in our unit in 1 year, i.e. January 2008-March 2009 in 71 patients where 28% (20 patients) of the burn wound biopsies from suspected cases showed fungal wound invasion (FWI), a detailed… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.burns.2011.09.013