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    Deep partial-thickness burns are the most common type of pediatric burns, in which hypertrophic scars usually develop, causing functional and cosmetic impairment. The choice of wound management method and surgical procedures for deep partial-thickness burn are often the issues that concern burn surgeon and the family members of patients. The development of modern functional wound dressings, the establishment of the concept of full rehabilitation of pediatric burns, and the implementation of comprehensive rehabilitation therapy for hypertrophic scars will inevitably change the traditional therapeutic strategies for pediatric deep partial-thickness burn wounds to a certain extent.


    Y Liu, J Zhang. Management of pediatric deep partial-thickness burn wounds]. Zhonghua shao shang za zhi = Zhonghua shaoshang zazhi = Chinese journal of burns. 2021 Aug 20;37(8):797-800

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