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Each year in the United States, 1.1 million burn injuries demand medical attention. Ten thousand people die every year of burn-related infections.

The good news is that, in recent years, survival statistics for serious burns have improved dramatically. Twenty years ago, for instance, burns covering half the body were routinely fatal. Today, patients with burns encompassing 90 percent of their body surface can survive.

Our protective armor, skin, is the largest organ in the body. In addition to providing internal organs and tissues with a physical barrier from the environment and the dangers such as toxins, heat and cold, and disease-carrying microbes, the skin also plays an important role in preserving fluid balance and in regulating body temperature and sensation. Immune cells resident in skin help the body prevent and fight disease. For these reasons, the loss of skin due to burns or trauma can deal the body a severe blow, impairing or even eliminating the many vital functions this organ performs. A burn injury is also one of the most painful injuries a person can sustain.

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