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    March 2017
  1. JONES LM, Deluga N, Bhatti P, Scrape SR, et al
    TRALI following fresh frozen plasma resuscitation from burn shock.
    Burns. 2017;43:397-402.
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  2. STEWART IJ, Sosnov JA, Snow BD, Batou A, et al
    Hypertension after injury among burned combat veterans: A retrospective cohort study.
    Burns. 2017;43:290-296.
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  3. ZIEGLER B, Hirche C, Horter J, Kiefer J, et al
    In view of standardization Part 2: Management of challenges in the initial treatment of burn patients in Burn Centers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
    Burns. 2017;43:318-325.
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    February 2017
  4. ELJAIEK R, Heylbroeck C, Dubois MJ
    Albumin administration for fluid resuscitation in burn patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Burns. 2017;43:17-24.
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  5. POMPERMAIER L, Steinvall I, Fredrikson M, Thorfinn J, et al
    Long-term survival after burns in a Swedish population.
    Burns. 2017;43:157-161.
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  6. SADIDEEN H, Goutos I, Kneebone R
    Burns education: The emerging role of simulation for training healthcare professionals.
    Burns. 2017;43:34-40.
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  7. DEN HOLLANDER D, Mars M
    Smart phones make smart referrals: The use of mobile phone technology in burn care - A retrospective case series.
    Burns. 2017;43:190-194.
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  8. THOM D
    Appraising current methods for preclinical calculation of burn size - A pre-hospital perspective.
    Burns. 2017;43:127-136.
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  9. NGUYEN L, Afshari A, Kahn SA, McGrane S, et al
    Utility and outcomes of hydroxocobalamin use in smoke inhalation patients.
    Burns. 2017;43:107-113.
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    December 2016
  10. NIZAMOGLU M, O'Connor EF, Bache S, Theodorakopoulou E, et al
    The impact of major trauma network triage systems on patients with major burns.
    Burns. 2016;42:1662-1670.
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  11. BURGESS JD, Cameron CM, Cuttle L, Tyack Z, et al
    Inaccurate, inadequate and inconsistent: A content analysis of burn first aid information online.
    Burns. 2016;42:1671-1677.
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  12. TRIPATHEE S
    Comparing acute burn treatment in Japan and Nepal.
    Burns. 2016;42:1878.
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  13. SAHU SA, Agrawal K, Patel PK
    Scald burn, a preventable injury: Analysis of 4306 patients from a major tertiary care center.
    Burns. 2016;42:1844-1849.
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  14. LAVIGNE JM, Patel B, Stockton K, McBride CA, et al
    Starchy liquid burns do not have worse outcomes in children relative to hot beverage scalds.
    Burns. 2016;42:1751-1755.
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  15. LONIE S, Baker P, Teixeira R
    Steam vaporizers: A danger for paediatric burns.
    Burns. 2016;42:1850-1853.
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    November 2016
  16. DENG H, Chen J, Li F, Li-Tsang CW, et al
    Effects of mobility training on severe burn patients in the BICU: A retrospective cohort study.
    Burns. 2016;42:1404-1412.
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  17. JOHNSON SA, Shi J, Groner JI, Thakkar RK, et al
    Inter-facility transfer of pediatric burn patients from U.S. Emergency Departments.
    Burns. 2016;42:1413-1422.
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  18. GOLTSMAN D, Li Z, Connolly S, Meyerowitz-Katz D, et al
    Pediatric Treadmill Burns: Assessing the effectiveness of prevention strategies.
    Burns. 2016;42:1581-1587.
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  19. CARTOTTO R, Li Z, Hanna S, Spano S, et al
    The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in mechanically ventilated burn patients: An analysis of risk factors, clinical features, and outcomes using the Berlin ARDS definition.
    Burns. 2016;42:1423-1432.
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    September 2016
  20. HENSCHKE A, Lee R, Delaney A
    Burns management in ICU: Quality of the evidence: A systematic review.
    Burns. 2016;42:1173-82.
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  21. AL ASHRY HS, Mansour G, Kalil AC, Walters RW, et al
    Incidence of ventilator associated pneumonia in burn patients with inhalation injury treated with high frequency percussive ventilation versus volume control ventilation: A systematic review.
    Burns. 2016;42:1193-200.
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    August 2016
  22. TAN A, Smailes S, Friebel T, Magdum A, et al
    Smoke inhalation increases intensive care requirements and morbidity in paediatric burns.
    Burns. 2016;42:1111-5.
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  23. GOODWIN NS
    "European Resuscitation Council 2015 burn 1st Aid recommendations-concerns and issues for first responders".
    Burns. 2016;42:1148-50.
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    June 2016
  24. BAARTMANS MG, de Jong AE, van Baar ME, Beerthuizen GI, et al
    Early management in children with burns: Cooling, wound care and pain management.
    Burns. 2016;42:777-82.
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  25. ALOMAR M, Rouqi FA, Eldali A
    Knowledge, attitude, and belief regarding burn first aid among caregivers attending pediatric emergency medicine departments.
    Burns. 2016;42:938-43.
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  26. MULLER M, Moser EM, Pfortmueller CA, Olariu R, et al
    Aetiology of adult burns treated from 2000 to 2012 in a Swiss University Hospital.
    Burns. 2016;42:919-25.
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  27. KUA PHEK HUI J, Allen JC, Mok WL
    Attitudes on first aid for paediatric burns: Pilot survey of a developed city state.
    Burns. 2016;42:926-37.
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  28. RECH TH, Boniatti MM, Franke CA, Lisboa T, et al
    Inhalation injury after exposure to indoor fire and smoke: The Brazilian disaster experience.
    Burns. 2016;42:884-90.
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  29. PYWELL MJ, Evgeniou E, Highway K, Pitt E, et al
    High fidelity, low cost moulage as a valid simulation tool to improve burns education.
    Burns. 2016;42:844-52.
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  30. WALSH K, Hili S, Dheansa B
    Compulsory teaching of first aid in UK schools - A missed opportunity?
    Burns. 2016;42:946-7.
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    May 2016
  31. QUEIROZ LF, Anami EH, Zampar EF, Tanita MT, et al
    Epidemiology and outcome analysis of burn patients admitted to an Intensive Care Unit in a University Hospital.
    Burns. 2016;42:655-62.
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  32. VARLEY A, Sarginson J, Young A
    Evidence-based first aid advice for paediatric burns in the United Kingdom.
    Burns. 2016;42:571-7.
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    March 2016
  33. MARSDEN NJ, Battle CE, Combellack EJ, Sabra A, et al
    The impact of socio-economic deprivation on burn injury: A nine-year retrospective study of 6441 patients.
    Burns. 2016;42:446-52.
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    February 2016
  34. WALSH K, Stiles K, Dheansa B
    Concerns relating to the European resuscitation guidelines for the first aid management of burns.
    Burns. 2016;42:240-1.
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  35. WALSH K, Stiles K, Dheansa B
    First aid management for chemical burns: Where is the evidence?
    Burns. 2016;42:239-40.
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  36. ZINCHENKO R, Perry FM, Dheansa BS
    Burns teaching in UK medical schools: Is it enough?
    Burns. 2016;42:178-83.
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  37. HANG H, Jianan W, Chunmao H
    Experience in managing an urban massive burn incident: The Hangzhou bus attack on 5 July 2014.
    Burns. 2016;42:169-77.
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  38. MORITA S, Omata A, Yoshizaki C, Miura N, et al
    The fatal fire accident of the Japanese high-speed railway lines (Shinkansen).
    Burns. 2016;42:232-3.
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  39. LAVRENTIEVA A
    Critical care of burn patients. New approaches to old problems.
    Burns. 2016;42:13-9.
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    August 2015
  40. WRIGHT EH, Harris AL, Furniss D
    Cooling of burns: Mechanisms and models.
    Burns. 2015;41:882-9.
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  41. AHMADI M, Alipour J, Mohammadi A, Khorami F, et al
    Development a minimum data set of the information management system for burns.
    Burns. 2015;41:1092-9.
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    June 2015
  42. ROSENBERG M, Ramirez M, Epperson K, Richardson L, et al
    Comparison of long-term quality of life of pediatric burn survivors with and without inhalation injury.
    Burns. 2015;41:721-6.
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  43. D'CRUZ R, Pang TC, Harvey JG, Holland AJ, et al
    Chemical burns in children: Aetiology and prevention.
    Burns. 2015;41:764-9.
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    May 2015
  44. CZAPRAN A, Headdon W, Deane AM, Lange K, et al
    International observational study of nutritional support in mechanically ventilated patients following burn injury.
    Burns. 2015;41:510-8.
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  45. RIEDLINGER DI, Jennings PA, Edgar DW, Harvey JG, et al
    Scald burns in children aged 14 and younger in Australia and New Zealand-an analysis based on the Burn Registry of Australia and New Zealand (BRANZ).
    Burns. 2015;41:462-8.
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    March 2015
  46. SEN S, Heather J, Palmieri T, Greenhalgh D, et al
    Tracheostomy in pediatric burn patients.
    Burns. 2015;41:248-51.
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  47. WANG X, Yu P, YongYang, Liu X, et al
    Hydrogen-rich saline resuscitation alleviates inflammation induced by severe burn with delayed resuscitation.
    Burns. 2015;41:379-85.
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  48. MCWILLIAMS T, Hendricks J, Twigg D, Wood F, et al
    Burns education for non-burn specialist clinicians in Western Australia.
    Burns. 2015;41:301-7.
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    February 2015
  49. MUNZBERG M, Ziegler B, Fischer S, Wolfl CG, et al
    In view of standardization: comparison and analysis of initial management of severely burned patients in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
    Burns. 2015;41:33-8.
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  50. METAXA V, Lavrentieva A
    End-of-life decisions in Burn Intensive Care Units - An International Survey.
    Burns. 2015;41:53-7.
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  51. DOUGLAS HE, Ratcliffe A, Sandhu R, Anwar U, et al
    Comparison of mortality prediction models in burns ICU patients in Pinderfields Hospital over 3 years.
    Burns. 2015;41:49-52.
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    August 2014
  52. FUZAYLOV G, Murthy S, Dunaev A, Savchyn V, et al
    Improving burn care and preventing burns by establishing a burn database in Ukraine.
    Burns. 2014;40:1007-12.
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  53. RINGO Y, Chilonga K
    Burns at KCMC: epidemiology, presentation, management and treatment outcome.
    Burns. 2014;40:1024-9.
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    June 2014
  54. BORDES J, Lacroix G, Esnault P, Goutorbe P, et al
    Comparison of the Berlin definition with the American European consensus definition for acute respiratory distress syndrome in burn patients.
    Burns. 2014;40:562-7.
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  55. ZHANG LJ, Cao J, Feng P, Huang J, et al
    Influencing factors of the quality of life in Chinese burn patients: Investigation with adapted Chinese version of the BSHS-B.
    Burns. 2014;40:731-6.
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  56. RUMBACH AF, Ward EC, Heaton S, Bassett LV, et al
    Validation of predictive factors of dysphagia risk following thermal burns: a prospective cohort study.
    Burns. 2014;40:744-50.
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    May 2014
  57. REIBAND HK, Lundin K, Alsbjorn B, Sorensen AM, et al
    Optimization of burn referrals.
    Burns. 2014;40:397-401.
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  58. D'ASTA F, Homsi J, Clark P, Buffalo MC, et al
    Introducing the advanced burn life support (ABLS) course in Italy.
    Burns. 2014;40:475-9.
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    March 2014
  59. WANG C, Zhao R, Du WL, Ning FG, et al
    Firework injuries at a major trauma and burn center: A five-year prospective study.
    Burns. 2014;40:305-10.
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    February 2014
  60. EGRO FM, Estela CM
    The need for burns teaching: a cross-sectional study to assess burns teaching in the United Kingdom.
    Burns. 2014;40:173-4.
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