Changes in burn mortality in Bangladesh: findings from Bangladesh Health and Injury Survey (BHIS) 2003 and 2016 - Mashreky SR, Shawon RA, Biswas A, Ferdoush J, Unjum A, Rahman AKMF.

PURPOSE: This paper is focused to reflect the changes in burn mortality and events leading to fatal burn injuries. METHODS: Two national community-based cross sectional health and injury surveys were done in Bangladesh during 2003 and 2016. Similar...
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Dalton Trans., 2019,48,50-57 DOI: 10.1039/C8DT02932F, PaperJustin K. Pagano, David S. J. Arney, Brian L. Scott, David E. Morris, Jaqueline L. Kiplinger, Carol J. Burns Three new uranium species, (C5Me5)2U( N-2,6-iPr2-C6H3)( S), (C5Me5)2U( N-2,6-iPr2-C6H3)( η2-S2), and (C5Me5)2U( N-2,6-iPr2-C6H3)(S PMe3) have been prepared. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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OBJECTIVEIn the ongoing conflict in southern Thailand, the improvised explosive device (IED) has been a common cause of blast-induced traumatic brain injury (bTBI). The authors investigated the particular characteristics of bTBI and the factors associated ...
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Over the past 8 years, advances in the US Military Health System (MHS) have led to extensive changes in the way combat casualty care is provided to deployed service members with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Changes include the application of cutting-edg...
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Kislay Roy, Prasad Neerati, Chun Hei Antonio Cheung, Rupinder K. Kanwar, Rajat Sandhir, Jagat R. Kanwar
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ConclusionThis investigation identifies a demographical profile where electrical burns account for a significant percentage of the burn population. This provides a basis for concentrating preventative efforts in vulnerable populations.
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“Let there be work, bread, water, and salt for all.” — Nelson Mandela Salt: without it, food can seem tasteless. It is the reason sea water burns our eyes and skin. Some people enjoy salt water baths. Is it good for us? Is it not? Do we really know? In modern medicine, we tend to have a generally negative feeling about sodium, the element found in salt. Excessive sodium intake is linked to water retention, and it is also a risk factor for high blood pressure. Both excessive sodium intake and high blood pressure are major risk factors for developing heart failure, and for causing complications in those wit...
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Warnings about the risk of severe and fatal burns are being extended to all paraffin-based emollients regardless of paraffin concentration. Data suggest there is also a risk for paraffin-free emollien
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We report the in situ synthesis of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles on 1–3 layers of colloidal collagen-graphene composites. Varying calcium and phosphate: graphene ratio two different composites were synthesized. Crystallite size, particle size and degree of crystallinity of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles changes with a change in graphene concentration. Transmission electron microscopy shows that these graphene composites change shape from spherical to elongated needle-like structures because of the varying nitrogen content in collagen-graphene. Fourier-transform Infrared Spectroscopy peaks suggests an interaction between...
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(Natural News) You can get medicinal use out of the shells of spent coconuts. By burning them in a certain way, you can turn them into liquid smoke. According to an Indonesian study, this coconut shell liquid smoke can speed up the healing of burn wounds. When compared to more mundane wounds, burns are much...
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