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[Effect of prodigiozan on the course of burns in dogs].


Murashova NS, Koriakina IK, Nedoshivina RV, Golosova TV.
PMID: 4322739
Antibiotiki. 1970 Dec;15(12):1078-81.

No abstract available.

Plasticized polyvinyl chloride film as a primary burns dressing: a microbiological study.

Burns, including thermal injury

Milner RH, Hudson SJ, Reid CA.
PMID: 3370522
Burns Incl Therm Inj. 1988 Feb;14(1):62-5. doi: 10.1016/s0305-4179(98)90047-x.

Twenty-four patients were studied after the application of plasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC) film as a temporary burns dressing. The burns were assessed as being partial thickness (nine patients) and full thickness (15 patients) in depth and involving 2 per...

[Bacteriostasis and bacteriocycle: apropos of normal infection and superinfection of burn patients].

Chirurgie; memoires de l'Academie de chirurgie

Vilain R, Gandrille MC, Thuiller M, Bérès J.
PMID: 5502829
Chirurgie. 1970 Oct 28;96(12):849-55.

No abstract available.

Protection against Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection by immunisation with fractions of culture filtrates of Ps. aeruginosa.

British journal of experimental pathology

Jones RJ.
PMID: 4973304
Br J Exp Pathol. 1968 Oct;49(5):411-20.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

[Bacteriologic study of the internal organs of burn patients].


Vul' SM, Kaem RI, Kolker II.
PMID: 5000480
Khirurgiia (Mosk). 1971;47(6):24-9.

No abstract available.

Efficacy of neomycin aerosols in the treatment of burns.

Materia medica Polona. Polish journal of medicine and pharmacy

Brudzyńska-Charewicz S, Bukowska D, Nasilowski W, Rudowski W, Serafińska D, Zietkiewicz W.
PMID: 4204146
Mater Med Pol. 1973 Apr-Jun;5(2):144-8.

No abstract available.

A prospective controlled trial of Biobrane versus scarlet red on skin graft donor areas.

The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation

Prasad JK, Feller I, Thomson PD.
PMID: 3312216
J Burn Care Rehabil. 1987 Sep-Oct;8(5):384-6. doi: 10.1097/00004630-198709000-00009.

A prospective trial of Biobrane versus scarlet red as a skin graft donor site dressing was done in 21 burn patients with mean total body surface area burns of 31.9%. Corresponding body areas were randomly selected on each patient...

Contribution of exoenzyme S to the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Antibiotics and chemotherapy

Nicas TI, Iglewski BH.
PMID: 2988426
Antibiot Chemother (1971). 1985;36:40-8. doi: 10.1159/000410470.

Exoenzyme S is an extracellular ADPR transferase produced by P. aeruginosa. Forms of this enzyme that have thus far been purified are not toxic, however, exoenzyme S clearly contributes to the virulence of strain 388. Thus, a Tn1 mutant...

[Electron microscopic-radioautographic study of bacterial invasion in severely burned patients].

Arkhiv patologii

Sarkisov DS, Kolokol'chikova EG, Kaem RI, Grishina IA, Panova IuM.
PMID: 3675217
Arkh Patol. 1987;49(8):35-41.

Wound pieces taken from 3-6 sites at a time during surgical treatment of the wound in 10 patients with thermal burns involving 25-50% of the body surface area, were examined by electron-microscopic radioautography and bacteriologically. The burn wounds were...

[The use of a method for the electrophoretic typing by protein profiles of bacteria in the genus Acinetobacter for epidemiological diagnosis].

Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii i immunobiologii

Kolosovskaia EN, Volchkevich ZhA, Zueva LP, Degteva GK, Fesenko GIu.
PMID: 1481602
Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol. 1992;(9):37-41.

On the basis of data obtained by the biological characterization and electrophoretic typing of Acinetobacter sp. cultures by the spectra of membrane proteins epidemiological relationships, routes of transmission and specific features of the circulation of strains causing purulent inflammatory...

Bacteria causing podiatric infections, and processing of clinical specimens.

Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association

Axler DA, Dziarski R.
PMID: 3884769
J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 1985 Jan;75(1):1-12. doi: 10.7547/87507315-75-1-1.

No abstract available.

A study to assess the effects of a new Betadine cream formulation compared to a standard topical treatment regimen for burns.

Burns, including thermal injury

de Kock M, van der Merwe AE.
PMID: 3828858
Burns Incl Therm Inj. 1987 Feb;13(1):69-74. doi: 10.1016/0305-4179(87)90261-0.

This study has shown that Betadine cream with or without Aserbine is as easy to apply and remove as Betadine ointment plus Aserbine. With Betadine cream there is as good as and in some instances better healing than with...

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