Use of subatmospheric pressure therapy to prevent burn wound progression in human: first experiences.

@article{Kamolz2004UseOS,
  title={Use of subatmospheric pressure therapy to prevent burn wound progression in human: first experiences.},
  author={L-P Kamolz and Harald L. Andel and Werner Haslik and Wolfgang Winter and Guenther Meissl and Manfred Frey},
  journal={Burns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={
          253-8
        }
}
Thermal trauma causes two different types of injuries within the burn wound. First, an immediate and irreversible injury, and, second, a delayed and partly reversible injury. It is a very common observation in burned patients that areas that initially seemed to be partial thickness burns have to be regarded as full thickness within the next day or days. The impairment of blood flow within the zone of stasis is due to the impairment of the vascular patency at the microvascular level. This… CONTINUE READING
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