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January-December 2015 | Vol 23 | Issue 1

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Editorial: Be the change
Vinita Puri
Season's Greetings from the Editorial Desk of the Indian Journal of Burns. As we bring to you the latest issue of the cream of academic work in the burn field, I feel heartened to see that units who a...
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Social Initiative: "Hope after fire,": A free reconstructive surgery project for burn survivors: Making it possible and the lessons learned
Shanmuganathan Raja Sabapathy, Babu Bajantri, Ranganathan Ravindra Bharathi, Sanjai Ramkumar, Raja Sabapathy Raja Shanmugakrishnan
Postburn deformities can cause loss of livelihood and a sense of self-worth. Though many can be corrected leading the patients to lead a productive life, tragically many of these patients who need hel...
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Know Your Burn Unit: Our burns ward
Smitha Sriram Segu
Mahabodhi Burns Center, under the care of Department of Plastic Surgery and Burns, affiliated to Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, had its modest beginning in 1964. Dr. V A Ram (Americ...
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Original Article: Management of acute complications of pediatric burns - our experience of 7 years
Mathangi K Ramakrishnan, Karnam G Ravikumar, Krupanandan Ravikumar, Thangarajan Mathivanan, Venkataraman Jayaraman, Mary Babu
Material and Methods: This is a retrospective review of children with burns admitted to the Kanchi Kamakoti Childs Trust Hospital, a 220-bed tertiary-care children's hospital in Chennai, India....
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Original Article: Modulation of hypermetabolism in burn patient by administration of propranolol in the first two weeks and assessing its effect by using clinical and biochemical parameters
Ajay Lunawat, Avinash Vishwani, Sanjay Datey, Vikramaditya Singh
Background: India being a developing country has a high incidence of thermal injuries. Severe burn injury is followed by a state of hypermetabolism, which causes increased cardiac workload and ...
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  Indian Journal of Burns
The Official publication of NABI is the Indian Journal of Burns (IJB), an annual journal that showcases pioneering work in burn care, publishes research articles and encourages the concept of setting standards of care based on evidence based medicine. Burn care is an evolving subject and the journal serves to keep members updated with the latest protocol
 

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