Cultured skin substitutes reduce donor skin harvesting for closure of excised, full-thickness burns.

@article{Boyce2002CulturedSS,
  title={Cultured skin substitutes reduce donor skin harvesting for closure of excised, full-thickness burns.},
  author={Steven T Boyce and Richard Clark Kagan and Kevin P. Yakuboff and Nicholas August Meyer and Mary T. Rieman and David G. Greenhalgh and Glenn D. Warden},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={235 2},
  pages={
          269-79
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Comparison of cultured skin substitutes (CSS) and split-thickness skin autograft (AG) was performed to assess whether donor-site harvesting can be reduced quantitatively and whether functional and cosmetic outcome is similar qualitatively in the treatment of patients with massive cutaneous burns. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA Cultured skin substitutes consisting of collagen-glycosaminoglycan substrates populated with autologous fibroblasts and keratinocytes have been shown to close full… CONTINUE READING

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