Effectiveness of bio-cellulose in Lyell syndrome treatment

Hoang Van Vu1,, Nguyen Thai Ngoc Minh1
1 Le Huu Trac National Burn Hospital

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The skin is the largest organ of the human body consisting of several layers possessing different properties and performing different physiological functions. The loss of skin integrity caused by a trauma or disease may provoke acute physiological and immune disorders that may even be fatal. Therefore, there are many benefits when choosing the right material, such as pain and patient discomfort reduction; reduce fluid loss through the wound; anti-infection; support of the epithelialization process, and reduces treatment costs.
In this report, we would like to introduce the effective treatment of Biocellulose biofilm through a severe Lyell syndrome patient.

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