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Risk factors for nosocomial bloodstream infections due to Acinetobacter baumannii: a case-control study of adult burn patients. (1/1867)

Risk factors for Acinetobacter baumannii bloodstream infection (BSI) were studied in patients with severe thermal injury in a burn intensive care unit where A. baumannii was endemic. Of 367 patients hospitalized for severe thermal injury during the study period, 29 patients with nosocomial A. baumannii BSI were identified (attack rate, 7.9%). Cases were compared with 58 matched controls without A. baumannii BSI. The overall mortality rate was 31% among cases and 14% among controls; only two deaths (7%) were considered directly related to A. baumannii BSI. Molecular typing of A. baumannii blood isolates by means of randomly amplified polymorphic DNA analysis and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis revealed the presence of three different strain types. Multivariate analysis showed that female gender (P = .027), total body surface area burn of > 50% (P = .016), prior nosocomial colonization with A. baumannii at a distant site (P = .0002), and use of hydrotherapy (P = .037) were independently associated with the acquisition of A. baumannii BSI in burn patients. These data underscore the need for effective infection control measures for this emerging nosocomial problem.  (+info)

Effects of clonidine on myocardial beta-adrenergic receptor-adenyl cyclase-cAMP system after scalds in rats. (2/1867)

AIM: To study the role of clonidine (Clo) on the myocardial beta-adrenergic receptor (beta-AR)-adenyl cyclase (AC)-cAMP system after the scalds in rats. METHODS: A 30% skin-full-thickness scald was produced by immersing rats in 95 degrees C water for 9 s. Clo 0.1-3.0 was injected i.p. to rats at 30 min before scalds, yohimbine (Yoh) 0.05 or prazosin (Pra) 0.03 to rats at 30 min before i.p. Clo. beta-AR density and affinity, AC activity, phosphoric diester hydrolases (PDH) activity, and cAMP content were determined with radioreceptor assay, indirect method, enzymeradiochemical assay, and radioimmunoassay, respectively. RESULTS: Clo inhibited the decrease of the myocardial beta-AR density, the attenuation of AC activity, and the reduction of cAMP content at 12 h after the scalds. Yoh partially reversed the effects of Clo on the three parameters. But Pra did not. CONCLUSION: Clo reversed the changes of the myocardial beta-AR-AC-cAMP system resulted from the scalds in rats.  (+info)

The thermal sensitivity of the polymodal nociceptors in the monkey. (3/1867)

1. The static and dynamic sensitivities to thermal and mechanical stimuli of polymodal nociceptors in hairy skin of the anaesthetized monkey have been investigated by recording activity in their primary nerve fibres. 2. Polymodal nociceptors responded to skin pricking, pinching and heating to temperatures higher than 40 degrees C. They did not respond to touch, stretch or cold. The conduction velocity of their axons was from 0.6 to 1.1 m/sec. 3. Three types of cutaneous receptive fields have been observed: single spot-like areas of 1-2 mm2; multiple spot-like areas of 1-2 mm2; and larger areas up to 25 mm2 with heterogeneous sensitivity. 4. Polymodal nociceptors were subjected to heat stimuli that commenced from a 33 or 37 degrees C adapting temperature. A series consisted of heating their receptive fields to 43, 45, 47 and 50 degrees C from one or the other adapting temperatures at a constant rate of 0.2 degrees C/sec. Each heat stimulus intensity was maintained for 4 min after which the skin was returned to the adapting temperature. Immediately after the first series the identical series was repeated in order to determine the effect of prior heating upon the dynamic responses to re-heating. The dynamic responses were characterized by three phases: an initiation of a discharge at a threshold level of skin temperature; a dynamic discharge during the suprathreshold change, that reached a peak frequency when the temperature reached its maximum; and an adaptation phase while the temperature remained at the high intensity. Adaptation was rapid initially, and then slowed during the final minutes at the high intensity. 5. Adapting the receptive field to either 33 degrees C or to 37 degrees C before the heat stimuli did not affect the sensitivity and the discharge pattern of the polymodal nocicpetors. 6. During the first series of stimulations, the threshold at which the individual polymodal nociceptors began to discharge to heat stimuli varied from 40 to 46.5 degrees C. The mean threshold of the population was 42.5 degrees C. 7. No change in the threshold was observed when responses to 0.2 and 1.5 degrees C/sec rates of heating were compared...  (+info)

Keratinocyte collagenase-1 expression requires an epidermal growth factor receptor autocrine mechanism. (4/1867)

In response to cutaneous injury, expression of collagenase-1 is induced in keratinocytes via alpha2beta1 contact with native type I collagen, and enzyme activity is essential for cell migration over this substratum. However, the cellular mechanism(s) mediating integrin signaling remain poorly understood. We demonstrate here that treatment of keratinocytes cultured on type I collagen with epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) blocking antibodies or a specific receptor antagonist inhibited cell migration across type I collagen and the matrix-directed stimulation of collagenase-1 production. Additionally, stimulation of collagenase-1 expression by hepatocyte growth factor, transforming growth factor-beta1, and interferon-gamma was blocked by EGFR inhibitors, suggesting a required EGFR autocrine signaling step for enzyme expression. Collagenase-1 mRNA was not detectable in keratinocytes isolated immediately from normal skin, but increased progressively following 2 h of contact with collagen. In contrast, EGFR mRNA was expressed at high steady-state levels in keratinocytes isolated immediately from intact skin but was absent following 2 h cell contact with collagen, suggesting down-regulation following receptor activation. Indeed, tyrosine phosphorylation of the EGFR was evident as early as 10 min following cell contact with collagen. Treatment of keratinocytes cultured on collagen with EGFR antagonist or heparin-binding (HB)-EGF neutralizing antibodies dramatically inhibited the sustained expression (6-24 h) of collagenase-1 mRNA, whereas initial induction by collagen alone (2 h) was unaffected. Finally, expression of collagenase-1 in ex vivo wounded skin and re-epithelialization of partial thickness porcine burn wounds was blocked following treatment with EGFR inhibitors. These results demonstrate that keratinocyte contact with type I collagen is sufficient to induce collagenase-1 expression, whereas sustained enzyme production requires autocrine EGFR activation by HB-EGF as an obligatory intermediate step, thereby maintaining collagenase-1-dependent migration during the re-epithelialization of epidermal wounds.  (+info)

Role of L-selectin in physiological manifestations after burn and smoke inhalation injury in sheep. (5/1867)

The effects of a monoclonal antibody against L-selectin [leukocyte adhesion molecule (LAM)1-3] on microvascular fluid flux were determined in conscious sheep subjected to a combined injury of 40% third-degree burn and smoke inhalation. This combined injury induced a rapid increase in systemic prefemoral lymph flow (sQlymph) from the burned area and a delayed-onset increase in lung lymph flow. The initial increase in sQlymph was associated with an elevation of the lymph-to-plasma oncotic pressure ratio; consequently, it leads to a predominant increase in the systemic soft tissue permeability index (sPI). In an untreated control group, the increased sPI was sustained beyond 24 h after injury. Pretreatment with LAM1-3 resulted in earlier recovery from the increased sPI, although the initial responses in sQlymph and sPI were identical to those in the nontreatment group. The delayed-onset lung permeability changes were significantly attenuated by pretreatment with LAM1-3. These findings indicate that both leukocyte-dependent and -independent mechanisms are involved in the pathogenesis that occurs after combined injury with burn and smoke inhalation.  (+info)

Insulin but not growth hormone stimulates protein anabolism in skin wound and muscle. (6/1867)

We have measured protein kinetics in the scalded skin and normal muscle in anesthetized rabbits. On the 7th day after ear scald, L-[ring-13C6]phenylalanine was infused as a tracer, and the ear and hindlimb were used as arteriovenous units to reflect skin and muscle protein kinetics. Insulin was infused at 0.6 or 2.3-3.4 mU. kg-1. min-1 in the low-dose and high-dose insulin groups. In the growth hormone group, recombinant human growth hormone was administered at 2 mg. kg-1. day-1 after the ear was scalded. The results were compared with a control group in which the ear was scalded but otherwise was not treated. In the control group, net protein loss in the scalded skin and muscle was 23.1 +/- 21.4 and 3.9 +/- 1.5 micromol. 100 g-1. h-1, respectively. Insulin infusion at either high or low dose reduced net protein loss to near zero by inhibiting proteolysis. In contrast, growth hormone treatment had no anabolic effect on either tissue. In conclusion, insulin but not growth hormone has an anabolic effect on scalded skin and normal muscle; low-dose insulin is as effective in achieving an anabolic effect on both tissues, with less hypoglycemic response than high-dose insulin.  (+info)

Acute hand burns in children: management and long-term outcome based on a 10-year experience with 698 injured hands. (7/1867)

OBJECTIVE: To document long-term results associated with an coordinated plan of care for acutely burned hands in children. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND DATA: Optimal hand function is a crucial component of a high-quality survival after burn injury. This can be achieved only with a coordinated approach to the injuries. Long-term outcomes associated with such a plan of care have not been previously reported. METHODS: Over a 10-year period, 495 children with 698 acutely burned hands were managed at a regional pediatric burn facility; 219 children with 395 injured hands were followed in the authors' outpatient clinic for at least 1 year and an average of >5 years. The authors' approach to the acutely burned hand emphasizes ranging and splinting throughout the hospital stay, prompt sheet autograft wound closure as soon as practical, and the selective use of axial pin fixation and flaps. Long-term follow-up, hand therapy, and reconstructive surgery are emphasized. RESULTS: Normal functional results were seen in 97% of second-degree and 85% of third-degree injuries; in children with burns involving underlying tendon and bone, 70% could perform activities of daily living and 20% had normal function. Reconstructive hand surgery was required in 4.4% of second-degree burns, 32% of third-degree burns, and 65% of those with injuries involving underlying bone and tendon. CONCLUSIONS: When managed in a coordinated long-term program, the large majority of children with serious hand burns can be expected to have excellent functional results.  (+info)

Muscle protein catabolism after severe burn: effects of IGF-1/IGFBP-3 treatment. (8/1867)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of recombinant human insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) complexed with its principal binding protein, IGFBP-3, on skeletal muscle metabolism in severely burned children. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA: Severe burns are associated with a persistent hypermetabolic response characterized by hyperdynamic circulation and severe muscle catabolism and wasting. Previous studies showed that nutritional support and pharmacologic intervention with anabolic agents such as growth hormone and insulin abrogated muscle wasting and improved net protein synthesis in the severely burned. The use of these agents, however, has several adverse side effects. A new combination of IGF-1 and IGFBP-3 is now available for clinical study. METHODS: Twenty-nine severely burned children were prospectively studied before and after treatment with 0.5, 1, 2, or 4 mg/kg/day IGF-1/IGFBP-3 to determine net balance of protein across the leg, muscle protein fractional synthetic rates, and glucose metabolism. Another group was studied in a similar fashion without IGF-1/IGFBP-3 treatment as time controls. RESULTS: Seventeen of 29 children were catabolic before starting treatment. The infusion of 1.0 mg/kg/day IGF-1/IGFBP-3 increased serum IGF-1, which did not further increase with 2.0 and 4.0 mg/kg/day. IGF-1/IGFBP-3 treatment at 1 to 4 mg/ kg/day improved net protein balance and increased muscle protein fractional synthetic rates. This effect was more pronounced in catabolic children. IGF-1/IGFBP-3 did not affect glucose uptake across the leg or change substrate utilization. CONCLUSIONS: IGF-1/IGFBP-3 at doses of 1 to 4 mg/kg/day attenuates catabolism in catabolic burned children with negligible clinical side effects.  (+info)

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  • Children under age 4 and adults over age 60 have a higher chance of complications and death from severe burns because their skin tends to be thinner than in other age groups. (
  • Guests at the new Vdara hotel have been complaining that because of an architectural flaw on the glass skyscraper, the sun's rays are being magnified and reflected onto an area of the pool, causing severe burns. (
  • The ingestion of solid pellets of alkaline substances results in prolonged contact time in the stomach, thus, more severe burns. (
  • One was a 16-month-old child who touched an exposed steam radiator pipe, resulting in severe burns to the palm of her hand that required a skin graft. (
  • Two children were hospitalized for full-thickness burns. (
  • They are also called partial thickness burns. (
  • Eight of the 10 children suffered partial thickness burns that were treated in the outpatient clinic. (
  • Burns commonly occur by direct or indirect contact with heat, electric current, radiation, or chemical agents. (
  • A burn caused by a chemical you swallowed will cause different symptoms than burns that occur on your skin. (
  • Over 95% of fatal fire-related burns occur in low- and middle-income countries. (
  • Burns to the eye can occur after heat- or chemical-related injuries and can result in serious complications, including permanent blindness. (
  • Such injuries can take several forms, including electric current burns, flash burns, and contact burns. (
  • A burn occurs when some or all of the different layers of cells in the skin are destroyed by a hot liquid (scald), a hot solid (contact burns) or a flame (flame burns). (
  • Burn wounds can be classified into 6 separate groups based on the mechanism of injury: scalds, contact burns, fire, chemical, electrical, and radiation. (
  • The long-term effect of caustic dermal burns is scarring, and, depending on the site of the burn, scarring can be significant. (
  • Caustic oral burns. (
  • Caustic burns of tongue. (
  • Chemical burns are also known as caustic burns. (
  • When burns are caused by strong acids or alkali or other severely caustic substances, the eye should be irrigated continuously for at least 30 minutes or until the pH (a measure of the acidity or alkalinity) of the eye is normal. (
  • The Sumner M. Redstone Burn Center at Massachusetts General Hospital uses the most effective and innovative treatments for patients with thermal injuries and degenerative skin disorders. (
  • As the use of electricity and injuries from it increase, all health professionals involved in burn care must appreciate the physiologic and pathologic effects and management of electric current injury. (
  • Skin injuries due to ultraviolet radiation, radioactivity, electricity or chemicals, as well as respiratory damage resulting from smoke inhalation, are also considered to be burns. (
  • This report summarizes the investigation of radiator burns among children aged 0-19 years living in a Chicago housing project and provides recommendations for preventing radiator burn injuries. (
  • Severe chemical burns of the transparent dome on the front surface of the eye (cornea), especially alkali injuries, can lead to scarring, perforation of the eye, infection, and blindness. (
  • More than an estimated 2 million people in the United States experience burn injuries, most of which are minor and cared for primarily in the ED. In 1991, burn injuries resulted in 5053 deaths. (
  • Scald burn injuries can be caused by liquids, grease, or steam. (
  • Fire burn injuries can be divided into flash and flame burns. (
  • For example, patients with flame burns and electrical burn injuries often require hospitalization. (
  • For children younger than 2 years, liquid scalds and hot surface burns account for nearly all serious burn injuries. (
  • After age 2 years, flame burn is the most common cause of serious burn injuries, accounting for nearly one third of all serious burns. (
  • Flame burn injuries are associated with recurring scenarios regarding the most likely burn victims, the circumstances surrounding the burn, the burned victim's response to the situation, and the role of garments in the burn injury. (
  • Conventional warfare : ballistic, blast, and burn injuries / specialty editors: Ronald F. Bellamy, Russ Zajtchuk. (
  • Burns can lead to cell death, which can require hospitalization and can be fatal. (
  • Liquid scald burns account for the second largest number of deaths. (
  • A chemical burn occurs when your skin or eyes come into contact with an irritant, such as an acid or a base. (
  • Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) occurs most frequently, but not exclusively, in peri-menopausal and postmenopausal women. (
  • The highest incidence of serious burn injury occurs in young adults (20-29 y) followed by children younger than 9 years. (
  • The 2024 Controlled Ecological Burn season starts February 16 and ends May 31. (
  • In 1993, an estimated 1881 children visited emergency departments for treatment of burns related to nonvehicle radiators in the United States (3). (
  • You can also burn your airways if you breathe in smoke, steam, superheated air, or chemical fumes in poorly ventilated areas. (
  • I'm rubbing my head and it felt like a chemical burn. (
  • Chemical burns can be caused by acids or bases that come into contact with tissue. (
  • What are chemical burns? (
  • You should immediately check your mouth for cuts or burns if you swallow a chemical. (
  • Call 911 if someone you know has a chemical burn and is unconscious. (
  • What causes chemical burns? (
  • Acids and bases cause most chemical burns. (
  • Burns caused by chemicals can happen at school, work, or any place where you handle chemical materials. (
  • Who is at risk for chemical burns? (
  • People who are at the highest risk for chemical burns are infants, older adults, and people with disabilities. (
  • You may be at increased risk for chemical burns if you're handling acids or other chemicals without assistance and you have decreased mobility. (
  • What are the symptoms of chemical burns? (
  • The symptoms of chemical burns can vary depending on how the burn occurred. (
  • For example, if you swallow an alkaline chemical, it will cause burns on the inside of your stomach. (
  • This may produce different symptoms than a chemical burn on your skin. (
  • How are chemical burns diagnosed? (
  • What are the types of chemical burns? (
  • How are chemical burns treated? (
  • First aid should be given to chemical burns immediately if possible. (
  • This includes removing the chemical that caused the burn and rinsing the skin under running water for 10 to 20 minutes. (
  • However, irritating or harmful chemicals still sometimes get onto the surface of the eye, causing chemical burns . (
  • The most dangerous chemical burns involve strong acids or alkali. (
  • Chemical burns to the eye are very painful. (
  • A chemical burn of the eye is treated immediately, even before medical personnel arrive. (
  • A chemical burn of the eye should be flushed with water immediately, and flushing should continue at least until medical personnel arrive. (
  • Much of the town burned during a fire in 1881, according to a local history, but quickly rebuilt. (
  • After flushing or soaking the burn, cover it with a dry, sterile bandage or clean dressing. (
  • Cover the burn area with a dry sterile bandage (if available) or clean cloth. (
  • If fingers or toes have been burned, separate them with dry, sterile, non-stick bandages. (
  • Wrap the burned area loosely with a dry sterile dressing or a clean cloth if possible. (
  • Various attempts to classify burning mouth syndrome (BMS) based on etiology and symptoms have been made. (
  • Presents a definitive and complete appraisal of Robert Burns and his poetry. (
  • Thus, thermal burns tend to affect the eyelid rather than the conjunctiva or cornea. (
  • Thermal burns of the conjunctiva or cornea are usually mild and may cause no lasting damage to the eye. (
  • Also, see eMedicineHealth's patient education article Thermal (Heat or Fire) Burns. (
  • The severity of the burn is related to a number of factors, including the pH of the agent, the concentration of the agent, the length of the contact time, the volume of the offending agent, and the physical form of the agent. (
  • Type 1 burning mouth syndrome (BMS): Patients have no symptoms upon waking, with progression throughout the day. (
  • Type 2 burning mouth syndrome (BMS): Patients have continuous symptoms throughout the day and are frequently asymptomatic at night. (
  • Type 3 burning mouth syndrome (BMS): Patients have intermittent symptoms throughout the day and symptom-free days. (
  • This study aimed to identify the prevalence of posttraumatic stress (PTSD), depression, and anxiety symptoms among burnt inpatients in the Hospital Municipal de Pronto Socorro de Porto Alegre (RS, Brazil). (
  • It was found that burn-victims patients showed high levels of psychopathology, including clinically-relevant PTSD (21.7% of participants), and moderate-to-severe anxiety (25%) and depression (30%) symptoms. (
  • From September 1991 through April 1994, a total of 10 children were treated in one pediatric clinic in Chicago for burns resulting from contact with home radiators. (
  • The Sumner M. Redstone Burn Center is one of the largest adult burn centers in the Northeast. (
  • Results of search for 'su:{Burns. (
  • If deaths due to scalds, electrical burns and other forms of burns were considered, the death toll would be much higher. (
  • On 21 July 2014, Transeau and Burns announced that their band would be touring with Erasure in the fall of 2014 for the album The Violet Flame. (
  • most of these deaths are from flame burns. (
  • A timely and effective response reduces the magnitude of burn injury (except when flammable liquids are involved). (
  • In a classification by etiology or cause, idiopathic burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is considered "primary BMS" (or "true BMS"), whereas "secondary BMS" has an identifiable cause. (
  • Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is likely more than one disease process, and the etiology may be multifactorial. (
  • In general, emissions from burns are significantly less than those produced from mowing a comparably-sized site, but steps are taken to minimize the amount of public exposure to what little smoke is produced. (
  • Burns' debut solo album is called Simple Modern Answers and was released on 25 October 2013. (
  • Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is an idiopathic condition characterized by a continuous burning sensation of the mucosa of the mouth, typically involving the tongue, with or without extension to the lips and oral mucosa. (
  • Burns of the head and neck / [edited by] Thomas L. Wachtel, David H. Frank. (
  • Ocular burns can result in opacification of the cornea and complete loss of vision. (
  • This is a weak acid, and, in dilute form, it will not cause immediate burning or pain on contact. (
  • Alkali burns tend to be more serious than acid burns. (
  • Run cool water over the area of the burn or soak it in a cool water bath (not ice water). (
  • A sheet will do if the burned area is large. (
  • Each area to be burned is also surrounded by a non-combustible strip of ground, called a "burn break," which contains the fire. (
  • Social media posts show significant destruction in Greenville's downtown area, with rows of buildings burning. (
  • In structural fires, approximately one half of all burn victims, many with only moderate burns of less than 40% body surface area, die of asphyxiation or carbon monoxide poisoning before reaching the hospital. (
  • Minor burns will often heal without further treatment. (
  • People of all ages are susceptible to minor burn injury. (
  • The mechanism of minor burn injury varies considerably with the age of the victim. (
  • Minor burns in children younger than 4 years are caused primarily by contact with hot surfaces and by liquid scalds. (
  • Developed countries have been very successful in reducing-fire related deaths through proven preventive interventions and services for those suffering burns. (
  • Taken together, the findings suggest that victims of burn should receive additional care regarding their mental health status, including interventions tailored to prevent PTSD and depression. (
  • He is the son of Tony Burns of The Signs, a Liverpool-based rock band signed to Decca Records in the 1960s. (
  • Burns depend on the weather so we are not able to schedule in advance. (
  • A large number of industrial and commercial products contain potentially toxic concentrations of acids, bases, or other chemicals that can cause burns. (
  • These burns can affect your internal organs if chemicals are swallowed. (
  • When a baby is born with cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection, it is called congenital CMV. (
  • These specimens must be collected for testing within 2 to 3 weeks after the baby is born to confirm a diagnosis of congenital CMV infection. (
  • Wearing safety glasses or a face shield when handling potentially hazardous materials is essential to help prevent burns. (
  • The Mass General Burn Research Center has devoted over three decades of research to improving the care of severely burned patients. (
  • In contrast, most patients with burns caused either by contact with hot surfaces or sun exposure are managed as outpatients. (
  • The housing project includes 15 buildings, 11 of which are heated by steam radiator systems operating at 180 F-230 F (82 C-110 C). Four buildings are heated by hot water radiator systems operating at 120 F (49 C). All eight burns to housing project tenants were in the section served by steam radiators. (
  • Two other children (aged 10 months and 31 months) also were burned when they became trapped between a bed and a steam radiator. (
  • The child had been burned in a building served by steam radiators that had not yet been repaired. (
  • The mechanism of burn injury can be used as a predictor of outcome. (
  • Burns exert a catastrophic influence on people in terms of human life, suffering, disability, and financial loss. (
  • Check out our Controlled Burn Information Video​ on YouTube, or scroll down to learn more about NAP burns and fire in the landscape. (
  • The local fire department is notified before each burn, and cell phones and two-way radios are carried by staff conducting a burn. (
  • Animal habitat is generally improved as a result of fire in sites we burn - stimulating a diverse, healthy natural community. (
  • NAP staff assess each site and develop a burn plan that provides information on the specific ecological objectives of the burn, preferred weather conditions to meet those objectives and minimize smoke, the ignition pattern, locations of burn breaks to safely contain the fire, equipment, contingency plans, and emergency phone numbers. (
  • The massive Dixie fire, which has been burning in Northern California for three weeks, burned into the small town of Greenville Wednesday evening, fueled by intense winds. (
  • The fire burning in Butte and Plumas counties had exploded to 322,502 acres by Thursday morning, , making it the sixth-largest wildfire in California's recorded history, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. (
  • proceedings of the second International Conference on Burns and Fire Disasters / edited by M. Masellis, S. W. A. Gunn. (
  • The management of mass burn casualties and fire disasters : proceedings of the First International Conference on Burns and Fire Disasters [held September 25-28, 1990, in Palermo, Italy] / edited by M. Masellis, S. W. A. Gunn. (
  • Cases were identified by monitoring pediatric visits to the clinic for children who had burns associated with contact with a home radiator. (
  • Eight of the burns occurred in a housing project in an inner-city neighborhood on the west side of Chicago near the clinic. (
  • After the investigation determined that the burns incurred by the children were associated with contact with uncovered radiators, each family was encouraged to contact the housing authority for proper repairs. (
  • There is a growing interest in the investigation of the emotional consequences related to burns. (
  • [8] Payne was born three weeks early, getting ill frequently. (
  • I'm sitting there in the chair and all of the sudden my hair and the top of my head are burning,' Pintas told ABC News. (
  • The other was a 7-month-old infant who fell out of bed and became wedged between the bed and the radiator, resulting in multiple burns to her left hand, left arm, left ear, and left side of the head that required treatment in a burn unit. (
  • The Early Childhood section of the Sample Person Questionnaire (variable name prefix ECQ) provides personal interview data for children, including the age of the biological mother when the child survey participant was born, smoking habits of the mother while she was pregnant with the participant, birth weight, the proxy's assessment of the participant's weight, and attendance at Head Start. (
  • First-degree burns affect only the outer layer of the skin. (
  • Second-degree burns affect both the outer and underlying layer of skin. (
  • Third-degree burns affect the deep layers of skin. (
  • DO NOT remove burned clothing that is stuck to the skin. (
  • Injury to the top layer of skin, or the epidermis, is called a superficial burn. (
  • I Burned My Skin, Now What? (
  • The patient's or bystander's response to burn incidents has considerable influence on the magnitude of burn injury. (
  • Liam James Payne was born at New Cross Hospital in the Heath Town district of Wolverhampton , West Midlands , England. (
  • The age distribution and hospital admission rate of the 10 children reported in Chicago are consistent with patterns of radiator burns reported for the United States (3). (
  • Of all emergency department visits for burns related to home radiators in the United States during 1993, 22% resulted in hospital admission, and 68% involved children aged 0-4 years. (

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