Treatment of a full-thickness burn injury with NovoSorb biodegradable temporizing matrix and recell autologous skin cell suspension: a case series
from Journal of Burn Care & Research
Dermal substitutes coupled with split thickness skin graft are the primary method of treating most severe full-thickness burns particularly when there is a lack of healthy donor skin. Although dermal replacements optimize functional and aesthetic outcomes in patients, the risk of infection and the amount of time required to process most dermal substitutes delay treatment potentially compromising graft take and the overall healing process.
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