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Tissucol: A 7-Year Experience in Burn Patients

  • Ch. Dhennin
  • L. Vesin
  • J. F. Feauveaux
  • J.-P. Berdalle
  • A. Yassine
Conference paper

Abstract

After third degree burn injuries, grafting remains the only way of healing. Delayed covering increases morbidity and mortality, whereas a high percentage of graft take guarantees wound closure and allows better long-term results.

Keywords

Fibrin Glue Fibrin Sealant Human Thrombin Scientific Workshop Mesh Graft 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ch. Dhennin
  • L. Vesin
  • J. F. Feauveaux
  • J.-P. Berdalle
  • A. Yassine

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