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Burn injury is the most severe of all types of injuries, causing multiple and long-term disorders of homeostasis, leading to dysfunction of organs and systems. The most important link in local treatment is the effect on the microflora. A burn wound needs antibacterial therapy from the moment of onset until its complete closure, since colonization by microorganisms with the development of purulent inflammation leads to severe intoxication, prevents the healing of epidermal and subdermal burns, leads to deepening of burn wounds, lysis and rejection of autoderm grafts, and serves as a source of generalization of infection

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intoxication experiment epidermis dermis oxidants

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Sultanbaev Sh.A, Korzhavov Sh.O, Ochilov S.A, & Sarapina V.A. (2021). DYNAMICS OF DEVELOPMENT OF ENDOGENOUS INTOXICATION IN EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL BURN. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 2(3), 182-185. https://doi.org/10.17605/cajmns.v2i3.196

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