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Use of dermal regeneration templates in a low resource environment / Pippa, Anderson; Tom, Potokar

Scars, Burns & Healing, Volume: 2, Start page: 205951311667279

Swansesa University Authors: Pippa, Anderson, Tom, Potokar

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Abstract

Modern burn care in a sophisticated well-resourced centre in a rich country utilises an increasing number of expensive adjuncts to optimise outcomes such as dermal templates, cultured keratinocytes, biological and silver impregnated dressings. Translating the use of these into a low resource environ...

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Published in: Scars, Burns & Healing
ISSN: 2059-5131 2059-5131
Published: 2016
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa31649
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Abstract: Modern burn care in a sophisticated well-resourced centre in a rich country utilises an increasing number of expensive adjuncts to optimise outcomes such as dermal templates, cultured keratinocytes, biological and silver impregnated dressings. Translating the use of these into a low resource environment is not a simple matter of providing the materials free of charge and there needs to be careful consideration of both the positive and negative consequences and the impact on both an individual and a population level.
College: College of Human and Health Sciences
Start Page: 205951311667279