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INFECTION: SYSTEMIC, LOCAL AND IMMUNITY Session Chairman: Curtis P. Artz Medical College of South Carolina Charleston, S. C. 2:00 P.M.- "The Role of Bacteria in Burn Mortality" - K. Markley, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md. "Bacteriostatic Effect of Silver Nitrate on the Burn Wound" - William W. Monafo, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., and Carl A. Moyers, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Mich. "Results of the Treatment of Burns with Silver Nitrate" - Sidney E. Ziffren, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. "Control of Experimental and Clinical Burn Wound Sepsis by Topical Application of Sulfamylon Compounds" - R. B. Lindberg, J. A. Moncrief and A. D. Mason, Jr., U. S. Army Surgical Research Unit, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. "Comparative Clinical Study of Local Burn Wound Therapy" - R. B. Berggren, Ohio State University Hospital, Columbus, Ohio. "Comparative Studies of Topical Silver Nitrate, Sulfamylon and Gentamycin" - Bruce MacMillan and William Altemeier, University of Cincinnati Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. "Early Excision and Synthetic Skin in the Experimental Control of Burn Wound Sepsis" - Discussant: Donald P. Dressler, Tufts University, Boston, Mass. "Resistance to Infection in Burned Patients" - Henry H. Balch, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. "Alterations in Immunological Responsiveness Associated with Severe Thermal Injury" - Felix T. Rapaport, P.R. Casson and John Marquis Converse, New York University School of Medicine, New York, N.Y.
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