Publications

Found 98 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2007
Esselman P, Wiechman-Askay SSA, Carrougher GGJ, Lezotte DC, Holavanahalli RK, Magyar-Russell G, Fauerbach JA, Engrav LH.  2007.  Barriers to return to work after burn injuries.. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 88(12 Suppl 2):S50-6.
Kaufman MS, Graham CC, Lezotte DC, Fauerbach JA, Gabriel V, Engrav LH, Esselman P.  2007.  Burns as a result of assault: associated risk factors, injury characteristics, and outcomes.. J Burn Care Res. 28(1):21-8;discussion29.
Klein MB, Logsetty S, Costa BBA, Deters L, Rue TC, Carrougher GGJ, Pickens M, Engrav LH.  2007.  Extended time to wound closure is associated with increased risk of heterotopic ossification of the elbow.. J Burn Care Res. 28(3):447-50.
Sharar SR, Carrougher GGJ, Nakamura D, Hoffman HG, Blough DK, Patterson DR.  2007.  Factors influencing the efficacy of virtual reality distraction analgesia during postburn physical therapy: preliminary results from 3 ongoing studies.. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 88(12 Suppl 2):S43-9.
Engrav LH, Garner WL, Tredget EE.  2007.  Hypertrophic scar, wound contraction and hyper-hypopigmentation.. J Burn Care Res. 28(4):593-7.
Xie Y, Zhu KQ, Deubner H, Emerson D, Carrougher GGJ, Gibran NS, Engrav LH.  2007.  The microvasculature in cutaneous wound healing in the female red Duroc pig is similar to that in human hypertrophic scars and different from that in the female Yorkshire pig.. J Burn Care Res. 28(3):500-6.
Klein MB, Lezotte DC, Fauerbach JA, Herndon DN, Kowalske KJ, Carrougher GGJ, deLateur BJ, Holavanahalli RK, Esselman P, San Agustin TB et al..  2007.  The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research burn model system database: a tool for the multicenter study of the outcome of burn injury.. J Burn Care Res. 28(1):84-96.
Fauerbach JA, McKibben J, Bienvenu JO, Magyar-Russell G, Smith MT, Holavanahalli RK, Patterson DR, Wiechman-Askay SSA, Blakeney P, Lezotte DC.  2007.  Psychological distress after major burn injury.. Psychosom Med. 69(5):473-82.

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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.