Bacteremia in the Course of Burns with Special Regard to the Initial Release of Mediators by Burn Trauma

  • L. Koslowski
  • G. Riethmüller


During World War 2 research in burns turned to the causes of increased vascular permeability, which dominates the initial phase of burns. Exudation, local edema and general increase of vascular permeability are characteristic events. These features distinguish burns from mechanical lesions of tissue.


Severe Burn Histamine Content General Infection Burned Patient Sensational Report 
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  • G. Riethmüller

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