next generation hydro-active wound dressing


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Sebastian P. Nischwitz, Hanna Luze, Daniel Popp, Raimund Winter, Alexander Draschl, Marlies Schellnegger, Lukas Kargl, Thomas Rappl, Michael Giretzlehner, Lars-Peter Kamolz: Global burn care and the ideal burn dressing reloaded - A survey of global experts link
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