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U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Annual Research Progress Report for Fiscal Year 1989
Abstract/OtherAbstract :
Two hundred and twenty seriously burned patients were admitted and treated at this Institute during calendar year 1988. Current clinical research activities include studies of host resistance studies, endocrine changes following injury, development of nutritional support of the burned patient, the use of skin substitutes, and studies on the control of postinjury infection.
Authors :
Pruitt Jr, Basil A.
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Contributors :
ARMY INST OF SURGICAL RESEARCH FORT SAM HOUSTON TX
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Date Detail :
1989-10-01
Subject :
INFORMATION SCIENCE, MEDICINE AND MEDICAL RESEARCH, *BURNS(INJURIES), *MEDICAL RESEARCH, *MILITARY MEDICINE, RESUSCITATION, SKIN GRAFTS, SURGERY, THERMAL INJURIES, TOPICAL THERAPY
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DTIC AND NTIS
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