Publications

Found 70 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2013
Carrougher GJ, Martinez EM, McMullen KS, Fauerbach JA, Holavanahalli RK, Herndon DN, Wiechman SA, Engrav LH, Gibran NS.  2013.  Pruritus in adult burn survivors: postburn prevalence and risk factors associated with increased intensity.. J Burn Care Res. 34(1):94-101.
2012
Engrav LH, Heimbach DM, Rivara FP, Kerr KF, Osler T, Pham TN, Sharar SR, Esselman P, Bulger EM, Carrougher GGJ et al..  2012.  Harborview burns - 1974 to 2009.. PLoS One. 7(7):e40086.
2011
Esselman P.  2011.  Community integration outcome after burn injury.. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 22(2):351-6,vii.
Klein MB, Lezotte DC, Heltshe SL, Fauerbach JA, Holavanahalli RK, Rivara FP, Pham TN, Engrav LH.  2011.  Functional and psychosocial outcomes of older adults after burn injury: results from a multicenter database of severe burn injury.. J Burn Care Res. 32(1):66-78.
Engrav LH, Tuggle CK, Kerr KF, Zhu KQ, Numhom S, Couture OP, Beyer RP, Hocking AM, Carrougher GGJ, Ramos M LC et al..  2011.  Functional genomics unique to week 20 post wounding in the deep cone/fat dome of the Duroc/Yorkshire porcine model of fibroproliferative scarring.. PLoS One. 6(4):e19024.
Anderson NJ, Bonauto DK, Adams D.  2011.  Psychiatric diagnoses after hospitalization with work-related burn injuries in Washington State.. J Burn Care Res. 32(3):369-78.
Wiechman-Askay SSA.  2011.  Psychosocial recovery, pain, and itch after burn injuries.. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 22(2):327-45,vii.
Muffley LA, Zhu KQ, Engrav LH, Gibran NS, Hocking AM.  2011.  Spatial and temporal localization of the melanocortin 1 receptor and its ligand α-melanocyte-stimulating hormone during cutaneous wound repair.. J Histochem Cytochem. 59(3):278-88.

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Faculty from the Northwest Burn Injury Model System participated in authoring the following peer-reviewed publications. Additional publications authored by faculty from other Burn Model Systems can be found in the burn research database hosted by the Model System Knowledge Translation Center.