postburn

postburn

(ˌpəʊstˈbɜːn)
adj
(Medicine) med after injury from burns
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Comparison of postburn capillary permeability in soft tissue and lung.
3, 4] This study was conducted with the aim to observe different patterns of posttraumatic contracture in hand producing variable positional deformity and functional impairment and to assess the result of various treatment modalities in minimizing the effect of postburn contracture of hand.
Some patients have observed that intake of certain foods exacerbates their postburn pruritus.
Role of mast cells in the pathogenesis of postburn inflammatory response: reactive oxygen species as mast cell stimulators," Burns, vol.
The results of our study have shown that using tissue expansion, total reconstruction of postburn alopecia could be achieved in 90% of the treated patients.
Most studies have shown a decrease in spider richness and/or abundance in the time postburn when compared to pre-burn and/or control sites (Rice 1932; Dunwiddie 1991; Zelhart and Robertson 2009; Riechert and Reeder 1972; Pascoe 2003).
We collected soil samples, excluding the duff layer, immediately preburn, and 2 w postburn.
Reconstruction of postburn scar contracture of the neck by expanded skin flaps.
1990), and the postburn period can be described as a state of marked insulin resistance (IR) (Gauglitz et al.
Factors influencing the efficacy of virtual reality distraction analgesia during postburn physical therapy: preliminary results from 3 ongoing studies.
However, burn severity, a measure of biomass combustion (Keeley, 2009), was higher during the Ryan fire compared to the Canelo fire, based on pre- and postburn satellite images analyzed as part of the interagency Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity project (www.