The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surgery, Internal medicine, Anesthesia, Thermal injury and Total body surface area. His Surgery research incorporates elements of Bacteremia, Cohort and Pneumonia. Internal medicine is frequently linked to Endocrinology in his study.
His work on Tracheotomy as part of general Anesthesia study is frequently linked to Leg surface, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Immunology under Thermal injury, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Beta. The study incorporates disciplines such as Body weight, Body surface area, Antifungal and Logistic regression in addition to Total body surface area.
Basil A. Pruitt focuses on Surgery, Internal medicine, Anesthesia, Endocrinology and Thermal injury. His Surgery study frequently involves adjacent topics like Incidence. His research on Internal medicine focuses in particular on Hypermetabolism.
His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lung, Smoke Inhalation Injury and Pneumonia. His study in Insulin and Excretion is carried out as part of his Endocrinology studies. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Biochemistry and Thermal injury.
His main research concerns Surgery, Anesthesia, Clinical trial, Intensive care medicine and Resuscitation. As part of his studies on Surgery, Basil A. Pruitt often connects relevant subjects like Incidence. Basil A. Pruitt interconnects Hypermetabolism and Burn injury in the investigation of issues within Anesthesia.
His Intensive care study in the realm of Intensive care medicine interacts with subjects such as Trauma injury. His research in Resuscitation intersects with topics in Tonicity, Internal medicine, Shock, Pneumonia and Soft tissue. Basil A. Pruitt has included themes like Basal metabolic rate, Nonshivering thermogenesis, Metabolic rate, Normal volunteers and Thermal injury in his Total body surface area study.
Basil A. Pruitt mainly focuses on Surgery, Anesthesia, Burn injury, Total body surface area and Breathing. The concepts of his Surgery study are interwoven with issues in Immunosuppression and Incidence. His study looks at the relationship between Anesthesia and fields such as Endocrinology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Basil A. Pruitt has researched Burn injury in several fields, including Internal medicine, Insulin, Insulin resistance, Pneumonia and Full thickness burn. The Total body surface area study combines topics in areas such as Animal science, Effusion and Edema. His research investigates the link between Breathing and topics such as Smoke that cross with problems in Inhalation, Lung injury and Smoke Inhalation Injury.
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Catecholamines: Mediator of the Hypermetabolic Response to Thermal Injury
Douglas W. Wilmore;James M. Long;Arthur D. Mason;Robert W. Skreen.
Annals of Surgery (1974)
The influence of inhalation injury and pneumonia on burn mortality
Khan Z Shirani;Basil A Pruitt;Arthur D Mason.
Annals of Surgery (1987)
Fat boys get burned.
DouglasW. Wilmore;BasilA. Pruitt.
The Lancet (1972)
Effect of injury and infection on visceral metabolism and circulation.
Douglas W. Wilmore;Cleon W. Goodwin;Louis H. Aulick;Michael C. Powanda.
Annals of Surgery (1980)
The quantitative swab culture and smear: A quick, simple method for determining the number of viable aerobic bacteria on open wounds
Norman S. Levine;Robert B. Lindberg;Arthur D. Mason;Basil A. Pruitt.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1976)
Seven Hundred Fifty-three Consecutive Deaths in a Level I Trauma Center: The Argument for Injury Prevention
Ronald M. Stewart;John G. Myers;Daniel L. Dent;Peter Ermis.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (2003)
Characteristics and Uses of Biologic Dressings and Skin Substitutes
Basil A. Pruitt;Norman S. Levine.
Archives of Surgery (1984)
Influence of the burn wound on local and systemic responses to injury
Douglas W. Wilmore;Louis H. Aulick;Arthur D. Mason;Basil A. Pruitt.
Annals of Surgery (1977)
Plasma cytokines following thermal injury and their relationship with patient mortality, burn size, and time postburn
Adriana C. Drost;David G. Burleson;William G. Cioffi;Bryan S. Jordan.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1993)
Twenty-five year review of Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteremia in a burn center
A. T. McManus;A. D. Mason;W. F. McManus;B. A. Pruitt.
European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (1985)
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