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October-December  2014 | Vol 2 | Issue  4


The role of biomaterials in burn treatment
Luigi Ambrosio

Burns are among the most challenging injuries to manage. Although the great advances in treatment that have been made have arguably been sufficient to address the related medical challenges of the pas...

Review Article

Polymeric hydrogels for burn wound care: Advanced skin wound dressings and regenerative templates
Marta Madaghiele, Christian Demitri, Alessandro Sannino, Luigi Ambrosio

Wound closure represents a primary goal in the treatment of very deep and/or large wounds, for which the mortality rate is particularly high. However, the spontaneous healing of adult skin eventually ...

Review Article

The use of hyaluronic acid based dressings to treat burns: A review
Cristina Longinotti

Deep cutaneous lesions such as burns, traumas or ulcers are all conditions characterized by a massive loss of dermis, bringing several important consequences. For the treatment of these conditions, th...

Review Article

History of burns: The past, present and the future
Kwang Chear Lee, Kavita Joory, Naiem S Moiemen

Burn injuries are one of the most common and devastating afflictions on the human body. In this article we look back at how the treatment of burns has evolved over the centuries from a primarily topic...

Original Article

Acceleration of wound healing in acute full-thickness skin wounds using a collagen-binding peptide with an affinity for MSCs
Huili Wang, Xin Yan, Liangyun Shen, Shiyan Li, Yue Lin, Shuqin Wang, Xiang Lin Hou, Chunying Shi, Yun Yang, Jianwu Dai, Qian Tan

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been accepted as a promising cell source in tissue repair and regeneration. However, the inability to enrich MSCs in target areas limits their wide application. As a...

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October-December  2014 | Vol 2 | Issue  4
Editor-in-Chief Jun Wu
ISSN Print 2321-3868
ISSN Online 2321-3876
Frequency 4 issues / year

Burns & Trauma, an official publication of Chinese Burn Association and the Chinese Burn Care and Rehabilitation Association, is a peer-reviewed online journal published quarterly. The journalís full text is available online at The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents. The journal publishes most innovative and creative studies in the field of burns and trauma. The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts. The journal is published in January, April, July and October.

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