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 OJEM  Vol.6 No.4 , December 2018
Use of Artificial Dermis and Cultured Epithelial Autograft for Extensive Deep Dermal Burns —A Case Report
Abstract: In the treatment of extensive burns, cultured epithelial autograph (CEA) became available commercially in Japan from 2009. Based on the 6 years multicenter surveillance data on using CEA for extensive burns, it is reported that using 6:1 split thickness skin graft together with CEA is successful after wound bed preparation for extensive deep dermal burn or patients with deep burn [1].
Cite this paper: Ueda, T. , Matsushima, T. , Ichinohashi, K. and Kitazawa, Y. (2018) Use of Artificial Dermis and Cultured Epithelial Autograft for Extensive Deep Dermal Burns —A Case Report. Open Journal of Emergency Medicine, 6, 73-81. doi: 10.4236/ojem.2018.64009.
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