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    May 2023
    Understanding burn injuries in Indian children- a step toward prevention and prompt first aid.
    Burns. 2023;49:735-736.

    March 2023
  2. LECLERC T, Sjoberg F, Jennes S, Martinez-Mendez JR, et al
    European Burns Association guidelines for the management of burn mass casualty incidents within a European response plan.
    Burns. 2023;49:275-303.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2023
  3. FOUCHE TW, Vrouwe SQ, Gottlieb LJ, Song TH, et al
    Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation utilization in burn patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome.
    Burns. 2023;49:244-246.

  4. URAKOV AL, Suntsova DO, Yagudin II
    Understanding burn injuries in children - A step toward prevention and prompt first aid [Letter].
    Burns. 2023;49:234-235.

    December 2022
  5. ALMELAND SK, Depoortere E, Jennes S, Sjoberg F, et al
    Burn mass casualty incidents in Europe: A European response plan within the European Union Civil Protection Mechanism.
    Burns. 2022;48:1794-1804.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2022
  6. CHAI H, Chaudhari N, Kornhaber R, Cuttle L, et al
    Chemical burn to the skin: A systematic review of first aid impacts on clinical outcomes.
    Burns. 2022;48:1527-1543.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  7. SMAILES S, Spoors C, da Costa FM, Martin N, et al
    Early tracheostomy and active exercise programmes in adult intensive care patients with severe burns.
    Burns. 2022;48:1599-1605.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2022
  8. LEE A, Wang Y, Nadarajah CC, Lipner SR, et al
    Cross-sectional analysis of national electronic injury surveillance system for burn injuries presenting to United States emergency departments 2000-2018.
    Burns. 2022;48:1347-1354.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2022
  9. PEARN J
    Bystander rescue and cute thermal injury teaching: training and ethical implications.
    Burns. 2022;48:737-743.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  10. ELZAGH A, Walsh K
    Evaluation of the adequacy of first aid in burns and the need for improved first aid public awareness.
    Burns. 2022;48:1019.

  11. TAN HMG, Chung L, Chong XY, Joethy J, et al
    A simple mnemonic, B.U.R.N.S., for burns first aid.
    Burns. 2022;48:841-845.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  12. D'CUNHA A, Rebekah G, Mathai J, Jehangir S, et al
    Understanding burn injuries in children-A step toward prevention and prompt first aid.
    Burns. 2022;48:762-766.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    May 2022
  13. BAYUO J
    Letter to the Editor on recommendations for burns care in mass casualty incidents: WHO emergency medical teams technical working group on burns (WHO TWGB) 2017-2020.
    Burns. 2022;48:731-732.

  14. ZHANG H, Yin S, Liu J, Li X, et al
    A content analysis of scald first aid information on Chinese websites.
    Burns. 2022;48:585-594.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  15. MOORE C, Clover J, Gibson L
    Evaluating parental knowledge of pediatric burns first aid in Ireland and the effectiveness of an educational intervention improving knowledge.
    Burns. 2022;48:672-682.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2022
  16. DJARV T, Douma M, Palmieri T, Meyran D, et al
    Duration of cooling with water for thermal burns as a first aid intervention: A systematic review.
    Burns. 2022;48:251-262.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  17. ALMELAND SK, Hughes A, Leclerc T, Ogura T, et al
    "Reply: Letter to the Editor on recommendations for burns care in mass casualty incidents: WHO Emergency Medical Teams Technical Working Group on Burns (WHO TWGB) 2017-2020."
    Burns. 2022;48:482-484.

  18. HACKETT N, Al-Khalil M, Pleat J
    The knowledge and availability of amphoteric compounds for chemical burns in the emergency departments of the South West of the United Kingdom.
    Burns. 2022;48:474-475.

  19. NDUAGUBAM OC, Mba UC, Onumaegbu OO, Onah II, et al
    Paediatric burn injuries in Enugu, South-East Nigeria: A 7-year multi-centre retrospective review.
    Burns. 2022;48:432-439.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    December 2021
  20. STRUZYNA J, Surowiecka A, Korzeniowski T
    Letter to the Editor on Recommendations for burns care in mass casualty incidents: WHO Emergency Medical Teams Technical Working Group on Burns (WHO TWGB) 2017-2020.
    Burns. 2021;47:1929-1930.

  21. BRIGHT L, Van Der Lee L, Hince D, Wood FM, et al
    Quantification of the negative impact of sedation and inotropic support on achieving early mobility in burn patients in ICU: A single center observational study.
    Burns. 2021;47:1756-1765.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  22. YASTI AC, Akgun AE, Akin M
    Something should be done for burn mass casualty incidents.
    Burns. 2021;47:1933-1934.

  23. ALFONSO ORTIZ L, Jiang X, Turgeon AF, Wibbenmeyer L, et al
    Validation of the modified NUTrition Risk Score (mNUTRIC) in mechanically ventilated, severe burn patients: A prospective multinational cohort study.
    Burns. 2021;47:1739-1747.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  24. SNELLING S, Challoner T, Lewis D
    Burns and socioeconomic deprivation: the experience of an adult burns centre.
    Burns. 2021;47:1890-1895.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  25. LECLERC T, Potokar T, Hughes A, Norton I, et al
    A simplified fluid resuscitation formula for burns in mass casualty scenarios: Analysis of the consensus recommendation from the WHO Emergency Medical Teams Technical Working Group on Burns.
    Burns. 2021;47:1730-1738.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  26. COMISH P, Walsh M, Castillo-Angeles M, Kuhlenschmidt K, et al
    Adoption of rescue colloid during burn resuscitation decreases fluid administered and restores end-organ perfusion.
    Burns. 2021;47:1844-1850.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2021
  27. ENOMOTO Y, Iwagami M, Tsuchiya A, Morita K, et al
    Dexmedetomidine use and mortality in mechanically ventilated patients with severe burns: A cohort study using a national inpatient database in Japan.
    Burns. 2021;47:1502-1510.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  28. FUZAYLOV G, Dabek RJ, Bojovic B, Driscoll D, et al
    Experience of outreach in a resource-constrained environment: 10 years of outcomes in burn care.
    Burns. 2021;47:1656-1664.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2021
  29. PATEL B, Schrire T, Sen S
    Letter to the editor regarding: 'Smartphone apps on burns first aid: A review of the advice'.
    Burns. 2021;47:1461-1462.

  30. BELBA MK, Kakariqi LE, Belba AG
    Role of resuscitation ratio in monitoring burn patients.
    Burns. 2021;47:1274-1284.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  31. ANDERSON SR, Sensing TA, Thede KA, Johnson RM, et al
    Hospital-based, acute care within 30 days following discharge for acute burn injury.
    Burns. 2021;47:1265-1273.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  32. HUNTER MA, Schlichting LE, Rogers ML, Harrington DT, et al
    Neighborhood risk: Socioeconomic status and hospital admission for pediatric burn patients.
    Burns. 2021;47:1451-1455.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2021
    Burn first aid issues again-"Not seeing the forest for the trees".
    Burns. 2021;47:970-972.

  34. SCHMIDT K, Zivkovic AR, Thiele M, Horter J, et al
    Point-of-care measured serum cholinesterase activity predicts patient outcome following severe burns.
    Burns. 2021;47:863-872.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  35. DANIELS M, Fuchs PC, Lefering R, Grigutsch D, et al
    Is the Parkland formula still the best method for determining the fluid resuscitation volume in adults for the first 24 hours after injury? - A retrospective analysis of burn patients in Germany.
    Burns. 2021;47:914-921.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    May 2021
  36. PISANO C, Fabia R, Shi J, Wheeler K, et al
    Variation in acute fluid resuscitation among pediatric burn centers.
    Burns. 2021;47:545-550.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  37. TAPKING C, Hernekamp JF, Horter J, Kneser U, et al
    Influence of burn severity on endothelial glycocalyx shedding following thermal trauma: A prospective observational study.
    Burns. 2021;47:621-627.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2021
  38. SETHURAMAN U, Stankovic C, Singer A, Vitale L, et al
    Burn visits to a pediatric burn center during the COVID-19 pandemic and 'Stay at home' period.
    Burns. 2021;47:491-492.

  39. ARABIDARREHDOR G, Tivay A, Bighamian R, Meador C, et al
    Mathematical model of volume kinetics and renal function after burn injury and resuscitation.
    Burns. 2021;47:371-386.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  40. HUGHES A, Almeland SK, Leclerc T, Ogura T, et al
    Recommendations for burns care in mass casualty incidents: WHO Emergency Medical Teams Technical Working Group on Burns (WHO TWGB) 2017-2020.
    Burns. 2021;47:349-370.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2021
  41. NISCHWITZ SP, Popp D, Sawetz I, Smolle C, et al
    Burns in pandemic times - The Graz way towards COVID-19 and back.
    Burns. 2021;47:234-239.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  42. KRASNOFF CC, Grigorian A, Chin T, Joe V, et al
    Pediatric burn-trauma patients have increased length of stay compared to trauma-only patients: A propensity matched analysis.
    Burns. 2021;47:78-83.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  43. ADIBFAR A, Camacho F, Rogers AD, Cartotto R, et al
    The use of vasopressors during acute burn resuscitation.
    Burns. 2021;47:58-66.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  44. KILSHAW AD, Jivan S
    Smartphone apps on burns first aid: A review of the advice.
    Burns. 2021;47:171-174.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    September 2020
  45. D'ASTA F, Choong J, Thomas C, Adamson J, et al
    Paediatric burns epidemiology during COVID-19 pandemic and 'stay home' era.
    Burns. 2020;46:1471-1472.

  46. KAMOLZ LP, Schiefer JL, Horter J, Plock JA, et al
    COVID-19 and burns: Lessons learned?
    Burns. 2020;46:1467-1468.

    Effects of COVID-19 pandemic on burns epidemiology.
    Burns. 2020;46:1466.

    March 2020
  48. WELLING H, Henriksen HH, Gonzalez-Rodriguez ER, Stensballe J, et al
    Endothelial glycocalyx shedding in patients with burns.
    Burns. 2020;46:386-393.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  49. CHONG HP, Quinn L, Jeeves A, Cooksey R, et al
    A comparison study of methods for estimation of a burn surface area: Lund and Browder, e-burn and Mersey Burns.
    Burns. 2020;46:483-489.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  50. QING Y, Yongqiang X, Xiaoming F, Tuo S, et al
    First-aid knowledge regarding small area burns in children among 5814 caregivers: A questionnaire analysis.
    Burns. 2020;46:459-464.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  51. DE FIGUEIREDO TB, Utsunomiya KF, de Oliveira AMRR, Pires-Neto RC, et al
    Mobilization practices for patients with burn injury in critical care.
    Burns. 2020;46:314-321.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2020
  52. SHAH A, Pedraza I, Mitchell C, Kramer GC, et al
    Fluid volumes infused during burn resuscitation 1980-2015: A quantitative review.
    Burns. 2020;46:52-57.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  53. ZAVALA S, Larson J, O'Mahony M, Rech MA, et al
    Impact of insufficient admission vitamin D serum concentrations on sepsis incidence and clinical outcomes in patients with thermal injury.
    Burns. 2020;46:172-177.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  54. CURTIS EE, Yenikomshian HA, Carrougher GJ, Gibran NS, et al
    Early patient deaths after transfer to a regional burn center.
    Burns. 2020;46:97-103.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  55. ZHENG XF, Zhu F, Fang H, Xu DY, et al
    Management of combined massive burn and blast injury: A 20-year experience.
    Burns. 2020;46:75-82.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  56. LEWIS CJ, Hodgkinson EL, Allison KP
    Corrosive attacks in the UK - Psychosocial perspectives and decontamination strategies.
    Burns. 2020;46:213-218.
    PubMed     Abstract available

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