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Latest Publications and Research on Burns

Inorg Chem  2018 Jul 16  

Mixed-Valent Cyanoplatinates Featuring Neptunyl-Neptunyl Cation-Cation Interactions.

Smith PA, Hickam SM, Szymanowski JES, Burns PC

The tetracyanoplatinate ligand was employed in synthesizing the first neptunyl cyanoplatinate complexes. Results indicate in situ oxidation of Pt(II) ... Read More

Source: PubMed


Burns Trauma    

Post-traumatic stress disorder and resilience among adult burn patients in Pakistan: a cross-sectional study.

Bibi A, Kalim S, Khalid MA

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is one of the major psychological disorders developed after burn injuries, though this subject of burn injuries ... Read More

Source: PubMed

Burns Trauma    

Tissue engineering of skin and regenerative medicine for wound care.

Boyce ST, Lalley AL

Engineering of biologic skin substitutes has progressed over time from individual applications of skin cells, or biopolymer scaffolds, to combinations... Read More

Source: PubMed

Burns Trauma    

An objective measure for the assessment and management of fluid shifts in acute major burns.

Kenworthy P, Phillips M, Grisbrook TL, Gibson W, Wood FM, Edgar DW

Major burns are life threatening. Fluid resuscitation is required for survival to maintain intravascular volumes and prevent hypovolemic shock. Bioimp... Read More

Source: PubMed

  2018 Jul 15  

Therapeutic effects of a TBK1 kinase inhibitor in germinal center-driven, autoantibody-mediated inflammatory arthritis.

Louis C, Ngo D, D'Silva DB, Hansen J, Phillipson L, Jousset H, Novello P, Segal D, Lawlor KE, Burns CJ, Wicks IP

The production of class-switched high-affinity autoantibodies derived from organised germinal centers (GC) is a hallmark of many autoimmune inflammato... Read More

Source: PubMed

Burns Trauma    

An objective measure for the assessment and management of fluid shifts in acute major burns.

Kenworthy P, Phillips M, Grisbrook TL, Gibson W, Wood FM, Edgar DW

Major burns are life threatening. Fluid resuscitation is required for survival to maintain intravascular volumes and prevent hypovolemic shock. Bioimp... Read More

Source: PubMed

Inorg Chem  2018 Jul 16  

Mixed-Valent Cyanoplatinates Featuring Neptunyl-Neptunyl Cation-Cation Interactions.

Smith PA, Hickam SM, Szymanowski JES, Burns PC

The tetracyanoplatinate ligand was employed in synthesizing the first neptunyl cyanoplatinate complexes. Results indicate in situ oxidation of Pt(II) ... Read More

Source: PubMed

Burns Trauma    

Post-traumatic stress disorder and resilience among adult burn patients in Pakistan: a cross-sectional study.

Bibi A, Kalim S, Khalid MA

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is one of the major psychological disorders developed after burn injuries, though this subject of burn injuries ... Read More

Source: PubMed

Burns Trauma    

Tissue engineering of skin and regenerative medicine for wound care.

Boyce ST, Lalley AL

Engineering of biologic skin substitutes has progressed over time from individual applications of skin cells, or biopolymer scaffolds, to combinations... Read More

Source: PubMed

  2018 Jul 15  

Therapeutic effects of a TBK1 kinase inhibitor in germinal center-driven, autoantibody-mediated inflammatory arthritis.

Louis C, Ngo D, D'Silva DB, Hansen J, Phillipson L, Jousset H, Novello P, Segal D, Lawlor KE, Burns CJ, Wicks IP

The production of class-switched high-affinity autoantibodies derived from organised germinal centers (GC) is a hallmark of many autoimmune inflammato... Read More

Source: PubMed

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hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this question but nonetheless, I hope people are generous enough to help. I was playing basketball and developed a water blister. I didn't pop/remove the outer-skin because A. I wanted to see what happens, and B. sheer laziness. However, after a day, the skin(the outer skin of the blister) turned black, and I feared they had died. So I removed them and put a band-aid over it. Did I take all the necessary precautions? If anyone has any sort of recommendations, please comment below.
BTW, I never saw blisters turning black before... it was quite alarming. Oh, and after I removed the top blackened skin, there was no bleeding or anything, just brownish residue I believe to be skin cells.

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