MEEK – Literature

  1. Dorai, A. A, Lim, C.K. Farcha, A,C. Halim, A. S (2008) Cultured epidermal autografts in combination with MEEK Micrografting technique in the treatment of major burn injuries. The Medical Journal of Malaysia. Vol. 63, supplement A.
  2. Grenier de Cardenal, D. Bey, E. Lambert, F. Duhamel P, Chaine, A. Giraud, O. Cantaloube, D (2002) Le procédé Humeca chez le grand brûlé: Difficultés. Brûlures, vol. III (1), pp. 34-37.
  3. Hadjiiski, O (2000) Method of micrografting in treatment of large area full-thickness burns. Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters, vol. 13 (3), pp. 155-158.
  4. Hermans, R.P. Kreis, R (1997) Micrografting – Revival of an old technique. Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters, vol. 10 (1).
  5. Hsieh, C.S. Schuong, J.Y. Huang, W.S. Huang, T (2008) Five years’ experience of the modified Meek technique in the management of extensive burns. Burns, vol. 34, pp. 350-354.
  6. James, S.E. Booth, S. Gilbert, P.M. et. al. (2010) Sprayed cultured autologous keratinocytes used alone or in combination with meshed autografts to accelerate wound closure in difficult-to-heal burns patients. Burns, vol. 36, pp e10-e20.
  7. Kopp, J. Noah, E.M. Rübben, A. Merk, H.F. Pallua, N. (2003) Radical resection of giant congenital melanocytic nevus and reconstruction with Meek-graft covered Integra dermal template. Dermatologic Surgery, vol. 29 (6) pp. 653-657.
  8. Kreis, R.W. Mackie, D.P. Vloemans, A.W.F.P. Hermans, R.P. Hoekstra, M.J. (1993) Widely expanded postage stamp skin grafts using a modified Meek technique in combination with an allograft overlay. Burns, vol. 19 (2), pp. 142-145.
  9. Kreis, R.W. Mackie, D.P. Hermans, R.P. Vloemans, A.W.F.P. (1994) Expansion techniques for skin grafts: comparison between mesh and Meek island (sandwich-) grafts. Burns, vol. 20 (1), pp. S39-S42.
  10. Lari, A.R. Gang, R.K. (2001) Expansion technique for skin grafts (Meek technique) in the treatment of severely burned patients. Burns, vol. 27, pp. 61-66.
  11. LIN, C. CHEN, G.X. ZHANG, P. et al. (2006) The MEEK technology of tiny flap graft using on extensively and deeply burning. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 1 (1) pp. 24-26.
  12. LIN, C. et al. (2009) Comparison of cost between two ways of skin grafting in the treatment of patients with extensive deep burn. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol 25(4) pp 286-8.
  13. Lumenta, D.B. Kamolz, L.P. Frey, M. (2009) Adult burn patients with more than 60% TBSA involved – MEEK and other techniques to overcome restricted skin harvest availability The Viennese Concept. Journal of Burn Care & Research, March/April, pp. 231-242.
  14. Lyons, J. et al (2013) The True Meshing Ratio of Skin Graft Meshers. Journal of Burn Care & Research. Vol 35, (3), pp 257-259.
  15. Medina, A. et al (2016) Modified Meek Micrografting Technique for Wound Coverage in Extensive Burn Injuries. Journal of Burn Care & Research, Vol 37, No. 35, pp 305-313.
  16. Meek, C.P. (1958) Successful microdermagrafting using the Meek-Wall microdermatome. American Journal of Surgery. vol. 96, pp. 557-558.
  17. Meek, C.P. (1963) Extensive severe burn treated with enzymatic debridement and microdermagrafting – American Surgeon, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 61-64.
  18. Meek, C.P. (1965) Microdermagrafting: The Meek technic. Hospital Topics, 43:4, pp 114-116.
  19. Menon, S. Li, Z. Harvey, J.G. Holland, A.J.A. (2013) The use of the Meek technique in conjunction with cultured epithelial autograft in the management of major paediatric burns. Burns. vol. 39, pp 674-679.
  20. Ottomann, C. et al (2015) A tribute to Cicero Parker Meek. Burns. Vol. 41, pp. 1660-1663.
  21. Papp, A. Härmä, M. (2003) Case report: A collagen based dermal substitue and the modified Meek technique in extensive burns – Report of three cases. Burns, 29, pp. 167-171.
  22. Peeters, R. Hubens, A. The mesh skin graft – true expansion rate. Burns, vol. 14 (3), pp. 239-240.
  23. Raff, T. Hartmann, B. Wagner, H. Germann, G. (1996) Experience with the modified MEEK technique. Acta Chirurgiae Plasticae, vol. 38 (4) pp. 142-146.
  24. Sheng-de, G.E. (2006) History of the clinic work about MEEK. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 1 (1) pp. 10-11.
  25. YE, S. PANG, S. AZHANG, W. et al. (2007) Application experience of MEEK Skin-piece making technique on large area deep burning. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 2 (1) pp. 10-13.
  26. SUN, D. ZHANG, H. CHEN, J. et al. (2007) Repairing of the residual wounds in major burn patients with Meek skin grafting technique. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 2 (2) pp. 113-114.
  27. SUN, Y. ZHANG, M. ZHOU, Y. et al. (2007) Transplantation of microskin Autografts and skin pulp auto-epithelium and homeoderma in the treatment of extensive full-thickness burns. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 2 (1) pp. 10-13.
  28. Tempelman, F.R.H. Vloemans, A.F.P.M. Middelkoop, E. Kreis, R.W. (2004) The Meek-Wall Micrograft Technique. Surgery in Wounds, Téot L, Banwell PE, Ziegler UE, eds. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp.427-434, (ISBN 3-540-22254-5, ed. 2005).
  29. Vloemans, A.F.P.M. Micrografts versus Meshgrafts Casus
  30. YANG, D. TAN, Q. WU, J. et al. (2006) Comparison between the MEEK’s autograft and the stamp-like autograft in the clinical application. Chinese Journal of Injury Repair and Wound Healing, vol. 1 (1) pp. 30-33.
  31. Zermani, R. Zarabini, A. Trivisonno, A. (1997) Micrografting in the treatment of severely burned patients. Burns, vol. 23 (7/8), pp. 604-607.

ABSTRACTS

  1. Templeman, F.R.H. Vloemans, A. F. P. M (2015) Indications for the modified Meek-techniqueabstract lecture, Thursday 17th September No.080. 16th European Burn Association Congress, Hannover, 16-19 September 2015.

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