Dr. Gibran is a UW professor of surgery and Director of the UW Medicine Regional Burn Center at Harborview Medical Center. After completing her medical degree and residency in surgery at Boston University, ...
Education and Training
Boston Univ Sch of Med, Boston Ma 1985
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
- Current status of burn wound pathophysiology.
- Nerve distribution in hemangiomas depends on the proliferative state of the microvasculature.
- Analysis of hypertrophic and normal scar gene expression with cDNA microarrays.
- Time off work and return to work rates after burns: systematic review of the literature and a large two-center series.
- Rates, trends, and severity of depression after burn injuries.
- Neutral endopeptidase inhibition in diabetic wound repair.
- Fatty acids and glucose increase neutral endopeptidase activity in human microvascular endothelial cells.
- Nerve quantification in female red Duroc pig (FRDP) scar compared to human hypertrophic scar.
- Iliofemoral venous thrombosis following fascial excision of a deep burn of the lower extremity: case report.
- Nerve growth factor accelerates wound healing in diabetic mice.
- Is supra-Baxter resuscitation in burn patients a new phenomenon?
- Further similarities between cutaneous scarring in the female, red Duroc pig and human hypertrophic scarring.
- "Opioid creep" is real and may be the cause of "fluid creep".
- Changes in VEGF and nitric oxide after deep dermal injury in the female, red Duroc pig-further similarities between female, Duroc scar and human hypertrophic scar.
- Antioxidants inhibit fatty acid and glucose-mediated induction of neutral endopeptidase gene expression in human microvascular endothelial cells.
- Management of facial burns with a collagen/glycosaminoglycan skin substitute-prospective experience with 12 consecutive patients with large, deep facial burns.
- Substance P levels and neutral endopeptidase activity in acute burn wounds and hypertrophic scar.
- Social support correlates with survival in patients with massive burn injury.
- Adult campfire burns: two avenues for prevention.
- The Versajet water dissector: a new tool for tangential excision.
- Elevated orbital pressure: another untoward effect of massive resuscitation after burn injury.
- The optimal time for early excision in major burn injury.
- SCORTEN overestimates mortality in the setting of a standardized treatment protocol.
- Practice Guidelines for burn care, 2006.
- Practice guidelines for the management of electrical injuries.
- Complex wound management utilizing an artificial dermal matrix.
- Self-reports of anxiety in burn-injured hospitalized adults during routine wound care.
- An outcome analysis of patients transferred to a regional burn center: transfer status does not impact survival.
- Correlation of clinical outcome of integra application with microbiologic and pathological biopsies.
- Thermal and electrical injuries.
- An analysis of the long-distance transport of burn patients to a regional burn center.
- Arterial and venous complications of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in burn patients.
- The clinical pulmonary infection score poorly predicts pneumonia in patients with burns.
- Time to school re-entry after burn injury is quite short.
- Cutaneous wound healing.
- Making sense of hypertrophic scar: a role for nerves.
- American Burn Association practice guidelines burn shock resuscitation.
- Hospital costs associated with pediatric burn injury.
- Topical substance P increases inflammatory cell density in genetically diabetic murine wounds.
- Cytomegalovirus reactivation in critically ill immunocompetent patients.
- Toxic epidermal necrolysis clinical guidelines.
- Delivery of critical care in North American burn centers.
- Substance P enhances wound closure in nitric oxide synthase knockout mice.
- Epidemiology and outcomes of older adults with burn injury: an analysis of the National Burn Repository.
- Influence of comorbidities and age on outcome following burn injury in older adults.
- The beneficial effects of plasma exchange after severe burn injury.
- Elevated glucose and fatty acid levels impair substance P-induced dermal microvascular endothelial cell migration and proliferation in an agarose gel model system.
- Mesenchymal stem cells induce dermal fibroblast responses to injury.
- Surgical excision of the burn wound.
- Acute management of hand burns.
- Geographic access to burn center hospitals.
- Patient safety measures in burn care: do National reporting systems accurately reflect quality of burn care?
- Novel approach to iatrogenic bile peritonitis.
- Mesenchymal stem cells: paracrine signaling and differentiation during cutaneous wound repair.
- 12-Year within-wound study of the effectiveness of custom pressure garment
- Spatial and temporal localization of the melanocortin 1 receptor and its ligand
- Functional genomics unique to week 20 post wounding in the deep cone/fat dome of the Duroc/Yorkshire porcine model of fibroproliferative scarring.
- Predictive value of bronchoscopy in assessing the severity of inhalation injury.
- Early withdrawal of life support in severe burn injury.
- Differentiation state determines neural effects on microvascular endothelial cells.
- Harborview burns--1974 to 2009.
- Pressure ulcers and risk assessment in severe burns.
- Pruritus in adult burn survivors: postburn prevalence and risk factors associated with increased intensity.
- Trajectories to death in patients with burn injury.
- Presidential address: our third leg-we have seen it all before.
- Micronutrients after burn injury: a review.
- Genetic risk factors for hypertrophic scar development.
- Rapid response team implementation on a burn surgery/acute care ward.
- Fibrin sealants: surgical hemostat, sealant and adhesive.
- Early Enteral Nutrition for Burn Injury.
- An expanded delivery model for outpatient burn rehabilitation.
- Propranolol Dosing Practices in Adult Burn Patients: Implications for Safety and Efficacy.
- Porcine models of cutaneous wound healing.
- Race and Melanocortin 1 Receptor Polymorphism R163Q Are Associated with Post-Burn Hypertrophic Scarring: A Prospective Cohort Study.
- The Role of a Burn Research Coordinator: A Guide for Novice Coordinators.
- What score on the Vancouver Scar Scale constitutes a hypertrophic scar? Results from a survey of North American burn-care providers.
- Genome-wide Association Study of Postburn Scarring Identifies a Novel Protective Variant.
- Race Does Not Predict Melanocyte Heterogeneous Responses to Dermal Fibroblast-Derived Mediators.
- Dermal Fibroblasts from the Red Duroc Pig Have an Inherently Fibrogenic Phenotype: An In Vitro Model of Fibroproliferative Scarring.
- Missense Variant in MAPK Inactivator PTPN5 Is Associated with Decreased Severity of Post-Burn Hypertrophic Scarring.
- Predicting Heterotopic Ossification Early After Burn Injuries: A Risk Scoring System.
- Melanocortin-1 Receptor Polymorphisms and the Risk of Complicated Sepsis After Trauma: A Candidate Gene Association Study.
- Review of Recent Large-Scale Burn Disasters Worldwide in Comparison to Preparedness Guidelines.
- Explosion Injuries from E-Cigarettes.
- Accuracy of remote burn scar evaluation via live video-conferencing technology.
- An Intervention Bundle to Facilitate Return to Work for Burn-Injured Workers: Report From a Burn Model System Investigation.
- Importance of Measuring Outcomes After Burns: Why They Matter.
- Characterization of a postlavage, in situ pulmonary macrophage population.
- Immunolocalization of FXIIIa+ dendritic cells in human burn wounds.
- Mediators in thermal injury.
- Ontogeny and characterization of factor XIIIa+ cells in developing human skin.
- Substance P has a role in neurogenic mediation of human burn wound healing.
- Comparison of pain control medication in three age groups of elderly patients.
- Vitronectin decreases microvascular endothelial cell apoptosis.
- Boston Univ Med Ctr/Univ Hp, General Surgery
- Boston University in Boston
- UW - Dept. of Surgery
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