The morphology of smoke inhalation injury in sheep.

@article{Hubbard1991TheMO,
  title={The morphology of smoke inhalation injury in sheep.},
  author={Gene B. Hubbard and P C Langlinais and Takeshi Shimazu and Carlin V. Okerberg and Arthur D. Mason and Basil A. Pruitt},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={1991},
  volume={31 11},
  pages={1477-86}
}
Pulmonary injury resulting from inhalation of chemical and particulate products of incomplete combustion is one of the principal determinants of mortality following burn injury. In this study, the histopathology of inhalation injury was examined in sheep. Mild, moderate, or severe smoke injury was produced in anesthetized sheep by insufflation with various doses of ambient temperature smoke, generated by burning polyethylene, wood pulp, and nonwoven cellulose pads. A total of 64 sheep were… CONTINUE READING

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