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Three Paediatric Cases Study with Over 80% TBSA Burn Injury - Surgical Treatment by Using Skin Allografts: A Viable Option...

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Three Paediatric Cases Study with Over 80% TBSA Burn Injury - Surgical Treatment by Using Skin Allografts: A Viable Option for Alternative Cover

Cristina A. Avram, Dan M. Enescu, Dan Ionita

Burn is the most severe type of injury that a human being may suffer which can be quantified and evaluated by surface and depth of lesions. Treatment of this kind of injuries needs complex teams, competent and devoted, consistent therapeutic principles, specific conditions of care and specific funding.

In full thickness burns, deep partial burns on important functional area (hand, foot, periarticular regions) and burns up to 40% TBSA, predominantly deep, surgical treatment consists in early excision and grafting, which improve prognosis compared to the burned area and also cosmetic and functional results.

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