The drug is designed to modulate the acute inflammatory response observed in patients with NSTI that leads to organ dysfunction or failure.
Irritated skin is a risk factor for pressure injuries in surgical critical care patients.
Characteristic image changes under the dermoscope and the relationship with skin physiological indexes in skin barrier damaging and repairing process were investigated.
The therapeutic effect of a combination fractional ablative laser treatment and topical corticosteroid compared favorably with that of standard intralesional steroid injection.
An updated guideline for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of burns has been released and includes new sections on electrical, chemical burns.
Volume freezing limitations of a single needle were shown in a novel, reproducible biophysical model for studies on intralesional cryosurgery of keloids.
A simple, convenient, and inexpensive nonsurgical treatment for post-burn leukoderma yields excellent improvement.
A number of recent adjunctive therapy trends in the management of diabetic foot ulcers show promise and may become the new standard of care.
Cooling children’s burns with running water improves clinical outcomes.
The use of SPF 100+ sunscreen either delayed or reduced the occurrence of erythema and sunburn when compared with SPF 50+ when used in beach conditions.