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Vol I, No 1(2011)


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EVALUATION OF USING AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE DRESSING IN SUPERFICIAL BURNS Ari Raheem Qader and Faraydoon Karim Rasul The use of amniotic membrane as a biological dressing for thermal injury is simple and cheap and has been found to be superior to allograft and xenograft. The membrane prevents heat and water loss from the wound surface and acts as a barrier against bacterial contamination, thus aiding the healing process and reducing morbidity. Another clinically significant and important property of the membrane is its ability to offer marked relief from pain  May 31, 2011 
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