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A Comparative Study of the Recell Device and Autologous Split Thickness Meshed Skin Graft in the Treatment of Acute Burn Injuries


The purpose of this project is to compare a skin graft that is prepared with the autologous cell harvesting device, to a skin graft prepared using a skin mashing device.


skin graft, burn, injuries, skin, graft

Principal Investigator

David Mozingo, M.D.



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