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Notice of Duplicate Publication in: Cutaneous Burns Treated With Hydrogel (Burnshield) and a Semipermeable Adhesive Film FREE

Arch Surg. 2006;141(11):1146. doi:10.1001/archsurg.141.11.1146.
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Notice of Duplicate Publication. The article by Osti,1 in the January issue of the ARCHIVES (2006;141:39-42), is virtually identical to an article by the same author, published in another journal in 2004.2 Well before publication, Dr Osti signed a statement that the article had not been published and was not under consideration elsewhere, and also received a letter of acceptance from the ARCHIVES with a reminder of the policy on duplicate publication. The ARCHIVES has not received any explanation or apology from Dr Osti.

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Osti  E Cutaneous burns treated with hydrogel (Burnshield) and a semipermeable adhesive film. Arch Surg 2006;14139- 42
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Osti  EOsti  F Treatment of cutaneous burns with Burnshield (hydrogel) and a semi-permeable adhesive film. Ann Burns Fire Disasters 2004;7137- 141

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Osti  E Cutaneous burns treated with hydrogel (Burnshield) and a semipermeable adhesive film. Arch Surg 2006;14139- 42
PubMed Link to Article
Osti  EOsti  F Treatment of cutaneous burns with Burnshield (hydrogel) and a semi-permeable adhesive film. Ann Burns Fire Disasters 2004;7137- 141

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