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The prevention of scarring in burns






Chronica Dermatologica 18(6): 1035-1040

The prevention of scarring in burns

The needs for providing prevention of scarring in the skin-burn pathology, take account of various and complex medical and surgical moments. In this schematic exposition, the authors underline the necessity for immediate therapy, the importance of the operative burn units, the utility of skin pressure treatment as well as the need of constant cooperation between the patient, the family, the nurses.


Accession: 006740642



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