burns

  1. M

    Full thickness burns - white or charred?

    Hi, I've learnt full thickness burns can be white in appearance or charred. Does anyone know why this is? Why the appearance can be so different with despite the damage being the same. Thanks.
  2. U

    Free (Giving away) New (free) open access textbook: Textbook of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

    I hope you don't mind us posting this, but it's very relevant to people on this forum. UCL Press have just released an open access textbook, Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, that can be downloaded for free in both PDF and app format (print is also available for sale). It can be...
  3. U

    New (free) open access textbook: Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    Hi all, I hope you don't mind us posting this, but it's very relevant to people on this forum. UCL Press have just released an open access textbook, Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, that can be downloaded for free in both PDF and app format (print is also available for sale). It...
  4. stolen_biscuit

    which residency for burn grafting?

    I was wondering if anyone knew how to go about training to do burn grafting at a burn center? I recently assisted in grafting in the OR and really loved the artistic aspect of it and the fact that it will not be going minimally invasive, as many surgical specialties are doing. I initially...