Autologous Coverage for a 90% TBSA Full-Thickness Burns


Fig. 45.1

Patient at admission, presenting a 90% TBSA full-thickness burn injury




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Fig. 45.2

Multiple escharotomies were done upon admission



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Fig. 45.3

Early debridement of this very deep burn injury down to the fascia



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Fig. 45.4

Posterior trunk was first covered with ADM (Integra) meshed in a 1 to 1 ratio (PBD 8)



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Fig. 45.5

CEA



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Fig. 45.6

Cultured epithelial cells (CEA) were put in place to substitute the silicone membrane (PBD22)



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Fig. 45.7

Patches of the ADM-CEA construct showed unstable epithelial coverage in some areas



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Fig. 45.8

SASSs


Nov 4, 2020 | Posted by in Aesthetic plastic surgery | Comments Off on Autologous Coverage for a 90% TBSA Full-Thickness Burns
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