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January-December 2013 | Vol 21 | Issue 1

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Editorial: Survivors of pediatric burns - Reclaiming the joys of childhood
Vinita Puri
On a recent trip to the Zanskar valley we were guests at the Indian army's Drass Field Hospital (Zanskar is one of the remotest corners of our country with the Drass Field Hospital having the distinct...
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Mumbai NABICON Research Award 2012: Nothing glamorous about it!
Madhuri Anant Gore
This article is based on the Mumbai NABICON Research Award 2012 oration which I delivered an oration at Vadodara in January 2013 during NABICON 2013. It traces my journey over about 25 years in the fi...
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Guru Speak: Advanced pediatric life support in burn injuries
K Mathangi Ramakrishnan
In major burns in the pediatric age group, there is a very narrow transition between life and death. Amongst deaths due to pediatric trauma, burns rank the second highest in India. Emergency managemen...
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Know Your Burn Unit: The burn unit: L T M medical college and general hospital
Madhuri Gore, Meena Kumar
The burn unit at Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College and General Hospital was established in 1983 and since then continues to be an integral part of the Department of General Surgery. It has been...
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CME Article: Respiratory burn injuries: An overview
Michael Peck
Respiratory burns are caused by the aspiration of heated gases or toxic products of incomplete combustion. The extent of damage is determined by the temperature of the inhaled gases, their composition...
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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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