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January-December 2018 | Vol 26 | Issue 1

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Editorial: Skin bank – the need of hour for burn treatment
Vijay Kumar
The largest organ of the body is skin. A person can survive with more than 60% damage to other organs, such as liver and kidney, but loss of 40% of the skin may be fatal, unless the tissue i...
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Guru Speak: Burns management in India: The way ahead
Arun Kumar Singh
Introduction Burns in this part of the world is a potential public health problem, yet underrecognized. In India, some media reports come up during Diwali festival and disasters, whe...
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Know Your Burn Unit: Restoring hope: The Burn Unit, KEM Hospital
Vinita Puri, Raghav Shrotriya
The burn unit associated with the Department of Plastic Surgery at Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College and King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital in Mumbai is one of the oldest in the country. Th...
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Original Article: Reconstruction of postburn crippled hands: A study of functional outcome
Narayanan Chandramouli Hariharan, Rajagopal Sridhar, B Sankari, VS Valarmathy, Ebanesar Asirvatham, Krishnamurthy Geetha
Introduction: In postburn survivors, quality of life depends on the functional ability of one's hands. However, restoring useful function in crippled hands is a formidable challenge. Unde...
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Original Article: Role of autologous fat grafting in burn wounds
M Rahul, Sunil Sharma
Introduction: The role of autologous fat grafting in burn wound healing was not studied adequately although there are few references in favor of the same. Autologous fat grafting was used in ...
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  Indian Journal of Burns
ISSN - Print: 0971-653X,
Online: 2321-1415

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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