Negative pressure dressing assisted healing in pediatric burn patients.

@article{Koehler2014NegativePD,
  title={Negative pressure dressing assisted healing in pediatric burn patients.},
  author={S. Koehler and A. Jinbo and Sidney M. Johnson and D. Puapong and C. De los Reyes and R. Woo},
  journal={Journal of pediatric surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={49 7},
  pages={
          1142-5
        }
}
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE Pediatric burn patients traditionally require multiple dressing changes and significant amounts of narcotics. Negative pressure dressings (NPDs) have emerged as an effective wound therapy that may represent an alternative primary dressing for these patients. METHODS This is a single institution, retrospective study of pediatric burn patients treated with NPDs over a defined 2 year period. Twenty-two patients were identified and their charts reviewed for age, sex, mode of… Expand

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