The dermis graft: another autologous option for acute burn wound coverage

A.J. Lindford, I.S. Kaartinen, S. Virolainen, H. Kuokkanen & J. Vuola
Background: early excision and definitive closure of the acute burn wound has been shown to improve survival. In major burns split-thickness skin autografts are the gold-standard in providing permanent acute wound closure. However in many patients this possibility is limited by restricted donor site[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]