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    March 2021
  1. 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.
    PubMed    


    February 2021
  2. 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


    September 2020
  3. 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.
    PubMed    


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


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


    August 2020
  6. ILENGHOVEN D, Hisham A, Ibrahim S, Mohd Yussof SJ, et al
    Restructuring burns management during the COVID-19 pandemic: A Malaysian experience.
    Burns. 2020;46:1236-1239.
    PubMed    


    March 2020
  7. 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


  8. 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


  9. 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


  10. 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
  11. HOLBERT MD, Griffin BR, Ware RS, Foster K, et al
    Response to Letter to the Editor: Addressing concerns from a recent randomised controlled trial protocol of two acute burn dressings.
    Burns. 2020;46:234-235.
    PubMed    


  12. GOODWIN N
    "Mixed Messages" revisited - A response to Holbert et al.
    Burns. 2020;46:235-237.
    PubMed    


  13. 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


  14. 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


  15. 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


  16. 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


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


    November 2019
  18. GOODWIN N
    "Mixed messages" - Ongoing confusion with hydrogel dressings in burn 1st aid. Commentary on the trial report from Holbert et al. 2018/19.
    Burns. 2019;45:1727-1729.
    PubMed    


    September 2019
  19. ZIEGLER B, Hundeshagen G, Uhlmann L, Will Marks P, et al
    Impact of diagnostic bronchoscopy in burned adults with suspected inhalation injury.
    Burns. 2019;45:1275-1282.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  20. GOJOWY D, Kauke M, Ohmann T, Homann HH, et al
    Early and late-recorded predictors of health-related quality of life of burn patients on long-term follow-up.
    Burns. 2019;45:1300-1310.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2019
  21. DEMSEY D, Mordhorst A, Griesdale DEG, Papp A, et al
    Improved outcomes of renal injury following burn trauma.
    Burns. 2019;45:1024-1030.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  22. WALSH K, McNally S
    NHS Five year forward plan- has it worked for burn injuries in the UK?
    Burns. 2019;45:1251-1252.
    PubMed    


  23. MATA RIBEIRO L, Vieira LG, Sousa JM, Guerra AS, et al
    Seasonal impact in burn profiles in a dedicated burn unit.
    Burns. 2019;45:1189-1198.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  24. GIGENGACK RK, van Baar ME, Cleffken BI, Dokter J, et al
    Burn intensive care treatment over the last 30 years: Improved survival and shift in case-mix.
    Burns. 2019;45:1057-1065.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2019
  25. CHERUKUPALLI A, Duan N, Papp A
    A third of referrals are unnecessary: Critical review of burn outpatient clinic data.
    Burns. 2019;45:805-817.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  26. CHUANG S, Chang KS, Woods DD, Chen HC, et al
    Beyond surge: Coping with mass burn casualty in the closest hospital to the Formosa Fun Coast Dust Explosion.
    Burns. 2019;45:964-973.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  27. KIRACOFE B, Coffey R, Jones LM, Bailey JK, et al
    Incidence of oxandrolone induced hepatic transaminitis in patients with burn injury.
    Burns. 2019;45:891-897.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  28. WANG W, Yu X, Zuo F, Yu S, et al
    Risk factors and the associated limit values for abnormal elevation of extravascular lung water in severely burned adults.
    Burns. 2019;45:849-859.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  29. WELLING H, Ostrowski SR, Stensballe J, Vestergaard MR, et al
    Management of bleeding in major burn surgery.
    Burns. 2019;45:755-762.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2019
  30. CHENG W, Shen C, Zhao D, Zhang H, et al
    The epidemiology and prognosis of patients with massive burns: A multicenter study of 2483 cases.
    Burns. 2019;45:705-716.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  31. LIU S, Chen HZ, Xu ZD, Wang F, et al
    Sodium butyrate inhibits the production of HMGB1 and attenuates severe burn plus delayed resuscitation-induced intestine injury via the p38 signaling pathway.
    Burns. 2019;45:649-658.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  32. AURORA A, Le TD, Akers KS, Blyth DM, et al
    Recurrent bacteremia: A 10-year retrospective study in combat-related burn casualties.
    Burns. 2019;45:579-588.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  33. YUAN CY, Wang QC, Chen XL, Wang Q, et al
    Hypertonic saline resuscitation protects against kidney injury induced by severe burns in rats.
    Burns. 2019;45:641-648.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  34. REUMUTH G, Alharbi Z, Houschyar KS, Kim BS, et al
    Carbon monoxide intoxication: What we know.
    Burns. 2019;45:526-530.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  35. GOODWIN NS
    Just the tip of the iceberg - Inconsistent information on a global scale and the need for a "standard" model of burn 1st aid.
    Burns. 2019;45:746-748.
    PubMed    


    March 2019
  36. FROST S, Malone P, Porter C, Agarwal R, et al
    "An improvement on burn care" - A full audit cycle on accuracy & appropriateness of burn injury referrals from an Emergency Department through a Burns Network.
    Burns. 2019;45:506-508.
    PubMed    


  37. ABDELRAHMAN I, Steinvall I, Fredrikson M, Sjoberg F, et al
    Use of the burn intervention score to calculate the charges of the care of burns.
    Burns. 2019;45:303-309.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  38. SWANN JA, Matthews MR, Bay C, Foster KN, et al
    Burn injury outcome differences in Native Americans.
    Burns. 2019;45:494-501.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  39. HARISH V, Tiwari N, Fisher OM, Li Z, et al
    First aid improves clinical outcomes in burn injuries: Evidence from a cohort study of 4918 patients.
    Burns. 2019;45:433-439.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  40. MCINNES JA, Cleland H, Tracy LM, Darton A, et al
    Epidemiology of work-related burn injuries presenting to burn centres in Australia and New Zealand.
    Burns. 2019;45:484-493.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  41. BERGQUIST M, Hastbacka J, Glaumann C, Freden F, et al
    The time-course of the inflammatory response to major burn injury and its relation to organ failure and outcome.
    Burns. 2019;45:354-363.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  42. BENNETT CV, Maguire S, Nuttall D, Lindberg DM, et al
    First aid for children's burns in the US and UK: An urgent call to establish and promote international standards.
    Burns. 2019;45:440-449.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2019
  43. D'ASTA F, Homsi J, Sforzi I, Wilson D, et al
    "SIMBurns": A high-fidelity simulation program in emergency burn management developed through international collaboration.
    Burns. 2019;45:120-127.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  44. SHECKTER CC, Kiwanuka H, Maan Z, Pirrotta E, et al
    Increasing ambulatory treatment of pediatric minor burns-The emerging paradigm for burn care in children.
    Burns. 2019;45:165-172.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  45. MCCANN MR, Hill WF, Yan J, Rehou S, et al
    Burn injury and multiple sclerosis: A retrospective case-control study.
    Burns. 2019;45:247-252.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  46. KILSHAW AD, Chang C, Jivan S
    "Consistency an issue?" - A review of UK burns service online information on burns first aid.
    Burns. 2019;45:258-260.
    PubMed    


    September 2018
  47. LIPOVY B, Holoubek J, Hanslianova M, Cvanova M, et al
    Toxic epidermal necrolysis data from the CELESTE multinational registry. Part II: Specific systemic and local risk factors for the development of infectious complications.
    Burns. 2018;44:1561-1572.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  48. WARD JA, Phillips G, Martin NAJ
    Accurately identifying blast injuries in civilian burn practice.
    Burns. 2018;44:1610-1611.
    PubMed    


  49. LIN KH, Chu CM, Lin YK, Chiao HY, et al
    The abbreviated burn severity index as a predictor of acute respiratory distress syndrome in young individuals with severe flammable starch-based powder burn.
    Burns. 2018;44:1573-1578.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2018
  50. MARTINEZ R, Rogers AD, Numanoglu A, Rode H, et al
    The value of WhatsApp communication in paediatric burn care.
    Burns. 2018;44:947-955.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  51. KUO LW, Yen CI, Fu CY, Pan CH, et al
    The role of preliminary hospitals in the management of a mass burn casualty disaster.
    Burns. 2018;44:800-806.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2018
  52. BADULAK JH, Schurr M, Sauaia A, Ivashchenko A, et al
    Defining the criteria for intubation of the patient with thermal burns.
    Burns. 2018;44:531-538.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  53. EHRL D, Heidekrueger PI, Ninkovic M, Broer PN, et al
    Effect of primary admission to burn centers on the outcomes of severely burned patients.
    Burns. 2018;44:524-530.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  54. PUJJI O, Nizar B, Bechar J, North D, et al
    Burns Centre and fire services: What information can be exchanged to manage the burn patient?
    Burns. 2018;44:573-581.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  55. LEUNG LTF, Papp A
    Accelerant-related burns and drug abuse: Challenging combination.
    Burns. 2018;44:646-650.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  56. NURMATOV UB, Mullen S, Quinn-Scoggins H, Mann M, et al
    The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of first aid interventions for burns given to caregivers of children: A systematic review.
    Burns. 2018;44:512-523.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2018
  57. ZHAO R, Zhang Y, Ning F, Cao Y, et al
    Nationwide web survey of pediatric scalds: Prevalence and the relationship with household vacuum flasks.
    Burns. 2018;44:318-325.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  58. READ DJ, Tan SC, Ward L, McDermott K, et al
    Burns first aid treatment in remote Northern Australia.
    Burns. 2018;44:481-487.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2018
  59. HUANG M, Chen JF, Chen LY, Pan LQ, et al
    A comparison of two different fluid resuscitation management protocols for pediatric burn patients: A retrospective study.
    Burns. 2018;44:82-89.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  60. FONTAINE M, Ravat F, Latarjet J
    The e-burn application - A simple mobile tool to assess TBSA of burn wounds.
    Burns. 2018;44:237-238.
    PubMed    


  61. SUGRUE R, Reilly F, Kelly J, Clover J, et al
    The discordant relationship between acid attack incidence and advances in management.
    Burns. 2018;44:236-237.
    PubMed    


  62. GILBERT AD, Rajha E, El Khuri C, Bou Chebl R, et al
    Epidemiology of burn patients presenting to a tertiary hospital emergency department in Lebanon.
    Burns. 2018;44:218-225.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2017
  63. GOLE H, Kimble R, Stockton K
    Bathroom scald burns in Queensland Children.
    Burns. 2017;43:638-641.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  64. WANG TH, Jhao WS, Yeh YH, Pu C, et al
    Experience of distributing 499 burn casualties of the June 28, 2015 Formosa Color Dust Explosion in Taiwan.
    Burns. 2017;43:624-631.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  65. SANYAOLU L, Javed MU, Eales M, Hemington-Gorse S, et al
    A 10 year epidemiological study of paediatric burns at the Welsh Centre for burns and plastic surgery.
    Burns. 2017;43:632-637.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  66. CHO YS, Choi YH
    Comparison of three cooling methods for burn patients: A randomized clinical trial.
    Burns. 2017;43:502-508.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  67. GRAHAM RE, Huzar TF
    Letter to the Editor, RE: "Incidence of ventilator associated pneumonia in burn patients with inhalation injury treated with high frequency percussive ventilation versus volume control ventilation: A systematic review" by Haitham S. Al Ashry, George M
    Burns. 2017;43:688-689.
    PubMed    


    March 2017
  68. JONES LM, Deluga N, Bhatti P, Scrape SR, et al
    TRALI following fresh frozen plasma resuscitation from burn shock.
    Burns. 2017;43:397-402.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  69. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  70. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  71. KNOWLIN LT, Stanford LB, Cairns BA, Charles AG, et al
    The effect of preexisting respiratory co-morbidities on burn outcomes.
    Burns. 2017;43:366-373.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2017
  72. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  73. POMPERMAIER L, Steinvall I, Fredrikson M, Thorfinn J, et al
    Long-term survival after burns in a Swedish population.
    Burns. 2017;43:157-161.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  74. SADIDEEN H, Goutos I, Kneebone R
    Burns education: The emerging role of simulation for training healthcare professionals.
    Burns. 2017;43:34-40.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  75. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  76. THOM D
    Appraising current methods for preclinical calculation of burn size - A pre-hospital perspective.
    Burns. 2017;43:127-136.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  77. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    December 2016
  78. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  79. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  80. TRIPATHEE S
    Comparing acute burn treatment in Japan and Nepal.
    Burns. 2016;42:1878.
    PubMed    


  81. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  82. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  83. LONIE S, Baker P, Teixeira R
    Steam vaporizers: A danger for paediatric burns.
    Burns. 2016;42:1850-1853.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2016
  84. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  85. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  86. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  87. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    September 2016
  88. HENSCHKE A, Lee R, Delaney A
    Burns management in ICU: Quality of the evidence: A systematic review.
    Burns. 2016;42:1173-82.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  89. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2016
  90. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  91. GOODWIN NS
    "European Resuscitation Council 2015 burn 1st Aid recommendations-concerns and issues for first responders".
    Burns. 2016;42:1148-50.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    June 2016
  92. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  93. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  94. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  95. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  96. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  97. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  98. WALSH K, Hili S, Dheansa B
    Compulsory teaching of first aid in UK schools - A missed opportunity?
    Burns. 2016;42:946-7.
    PubMed    


    May 2016
  99. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  100. VARLEY A, Sarginson J, Young A
    Evidence-based first aid advice for paediatric burns in the United Kingdom.
    Burns. 2016;42:571-7.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2016
  101. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2016
  102. WALSH K, Stiles K, Dheansa B
    First aid management for chemical burns: Where is the evidence?
    Burns. 2016;42:239-40.
    PubMed    


  103. ZINCHENKO R, Perry FM, Dheansa BS
    Burns teaching in UK medical schools: Is it enough?
    Burns. 2016;42:178-83.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  104. 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.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  105. 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.
    PubMed    


  106. LAVRENTIEVA A
    Critical care of burn patients. New approaches to old problems.
    Burns. 2016;42:13-9.
    PubMed     Abstract available


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