Treatment of thermal burns
National Research Council Canada. Subcommittee on Surgery, National Research Council, Canada. Subcommittee on Surgery
National Research Council of Canada, 1942 - Burns and scalds - 48 pages
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12 minus age Acriflavine Ann.Surg Aoid Appendix applied Aq.Dest Arch.Surg Atropine bacteria blood derivatives Burn Bed BURN SHOCK burned area classification of burns clinical complete skin loss Cover critical areas dermis destruction of skin Envelope Irrigation epidermis eschar first-aid fluids Footnote gauze Gentian Violet Glycerin grafts haematocrit haemoconcentration haemoglobin haemoglobin percentage Healing heat hospital hypochlorite intravenous Intravenous therapy J.Roy.Nav.M.Serv loss of plasma major burns mesh method Note OTTAWA oxygen paraffin plasma loss plasma or serum possible Prevention primary shock protein ready for skin-grafting References under section rete pegs secondary shock Sepsis Severe Burns Silver Nitrate SPECIAL BURNS splinted sterile gauze sulphanilamide powder sulphate Sulphathiazole Emulsion sulphonamide surgeons Surgery Tannic Acid Tannic Acid Jellies tannic acid solution therapy Thermite third degree tissue Total Surface toxaemia toxin Tracheotomy transfusions Treatment of Burns Treatment of Shook Triethanolamine Triple Dye tulle gras wound