Original communication| Volume 16, ISSUE 3, P419-421, September 1944

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Hemostatic globulin and plasma clot dressings in the local treatment of burns

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      A method of preparation of a plasma clot dressing has been described and variations discussed. The method involves the clotting of plasma over gauze by means of hemostatic globulin. Plasma clot dressings prepared in this manner, and hemostatic globulin alone, have been used in the local treatment of burns. Encouraging early results indicate the desirability of further trial of these procedures.
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