Found 91 results
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Fauerbach JA, Lezotte DC, Hills RA, Cromes GF, Kowalske KJ, deLateur BJ, Goodwin CW, Blakeney P, Herndon DN, Wiechman-Askay SSA et al..  2005.  Burden of burn: a norm-based inquiry into the influence of burn size and distress on recovery of physical and psychosocial function.. J Burn Care Rehabil. 26(1):21-32.
Zhu KQ, Engrav LH, Armendariz R, Muangman P, Klein MB, Carrougher GGJ, Deubner H, Gibran NS.  2005.  Changes in VEGF and nitric oxide after deep dermal injury in the female, red Duroc pig-further similarities between female, Duroc scar and human hypertrophic scar.. Burns. 31(1):5-10.
Klein MB, Gibran NS, Emerson D, Sullivan SR, Honari S, Engrav LH, Heimbach DM.  2005.  Patterns of grease burn injury: development of a classification system.. Burns. 31(6):765-7.
Muangman P, Sullivan SR, Wiechman-Askay SSA, Bauer G, Honari S, Heimbach DM, Engrav LH, Gibran NS.  2005.  Social support correlates with survival in patients with massive burn injury.. J Burn Care Rehabil. 26(4):352-6.
Scott JR, Muangman P, Tamura RN, Zhu KQ, Liang Z, Anthony J, Engrav LH, Gibran NS.  2005.  Substance P levels and neutral endopeptidase activity in acute burn wounds and hypertrophic scar.. Plast Reconstr Surg. 115(4):1095-102.
Zhu KQ, Engrav LH, Tamura RN, Cole JK, Muangman P, Carrougher GGJ, Gibran NS.  2004.  Further similarities between cutaneous scarring in the female, red Duroc pig and human hypertrophic scarring.. Burns. 30(6):518-30.
Liang Z, Engrav LH, Muangman P, Muffley LA, Zhu KQ, Carrougher GGJ, Underwood RA, Gibran NS.  2004.  Nerve quantification in female red Duroc pig (FRDP) scar compared to human hypertrophic scar.. Burns. 30(1):57-64.
Sullivan SR, Friedrich JB, Engrav LH, Round KA, Heimbach DM, Heckbert SR, Carrougher GGJ, Lezotte DC, Wiechman-Askay SSA, Honari S et al..  2004.  "Opioid creep" is real and may be the cause of "fluid creep".. Burns. 30(6):583-90.


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.