Advances in dressings help keep burn patients out of hospitals

04/25/2012 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Burn-related hospitalizations and mortality have decreased over the past decade, according to the American Burn Association, due in part to new dressings that need to be changed less frequently, early debridement and more outpatient burn clinics. Burn dressings are now infused with time-released antibiotics and anti-microbial silver, and they do not stick and cause extra pain when they are changed.

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