Measurement of surface temperature as an aid to the diagnosis of burn depth.

  Authors Wyllie FJ, Sutherland AB. Journal Burns. 1991 Apr;17(2):123-7. Affiliation Lothian Regional Plastic Surgery Unit, Bangour Hospital, UK. Abstract In 60 burned patients, the depth of injury was assessed clinically, and then surface temperature measurements were taken of the burn and of nearby unburned skin. The final diagnosis of…

Thermographic assessment of burns using a nonpermeable membrane as wound covering

  Authors Cole RP, Shakespeare PG, Chissell HG, Jones SG. Journal Burns. 1991 Apr;17(2):117-22. Affiliation Wessex Centre for Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery, Odstock Hospital, Salisbury, UK. Abstract Infrared thermography is a useful technique for the investigation of disorders which affect skin blood flow. The damage to skin blood vessels caused…

Thermographic assessment of hand burns. Cole RP, et al. Burns. 1990

  Authors Cole RP, Jones SG, Shakespeare PG. Journal Burns. 1990 Feb;16(1):60-3. Affiliation Wessex Centre for Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery, Odstock Hospital, Salisbury, UK. Abstract Twenty-three patients with 32 burned hands were studied thermographically within 48 h of injury to investigate the potential value of thermography in the assessment of…

Burns, 1991 Apr;17(2):117-22

  Burns, 1991 Apr;17(2):117-22. Thermographic assessment of burns using a nonpermeable membrane as wound covering. Thermographic assessment of damage to skin blood vessels caused by thermal injury correlates with healing time of burn wounds. NOTE: clever technique of using PVC film (Saran Wrap or Glad Wrap) shown to abolish the…

Burns, plastic surgery:

  Burns, plastic surgery: Burns, 1996 Feb;22(1):26-28 Timing of the thermographic assessment of burns. The thermographic assessment of burns using infrared imaging has previously been shown to be a useful aid in the estimation of burn depth. In this study, thermographic images of burns, obtained from 65 patients over a…