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Burn

1. In printing, the time at which an image is put on a plate.

2. In film, a ghost of an image that remains after the image has disappeared.
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Such statements, including, but not limited to, those regarding our expectation regarding our ability to successfully develop a thermal burn therapy, the potential benefits of a regulatory approval for thermal burn to advance approvals for other related indications, the sufficiency of the government funding to complete the device based PMA approval process, the potential decision of the government to procure Cytori products in the future, and the potential benefits of thermal burn development work to translate to other related therapies are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause our actual results and financial position to differ materially.
According to the state fire marshal's office, 2003 to 2006 data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission's National Electronic Injury Surveillance System showed that home medical oxygen was involved in an average of 1,190 thermal burns seen annually in emergency rooms across the country.
Another common eye injury is caused by thermal burns, said Dr Alhoda.
Dad Paul, 36, said: "She suffered thermal burns to three layers of her skin.
Complications inherent to cast applications that are usually not the result of patient noncompliance include pressure sores, allergic reactions, joint stiffness, cast syndrome, infections, thermal burns, thrombophlebitis, compartment syndrome, and neurovascular compromise from cast tightness.
Coroner's officials say Whiteside, who lived in the Lido Estates mobile- home park, died from thermal burns, smoke inhalation and other injuries, including head injuries.
an Israeli company developing and commercializing Debrase Gel Dressing has commenced a multi- center controlled phase IIb clinical trial, in patients with deep partial thickness or full thickness thermal burns, in Europe and the US.
An explosion follows and Dayle suffers thermal burns over 45% of her body.
For drivers and mechanics, thermal burns were the most common injury.
And, they say, the thermal burns they observed came not from hot gases emitted from the lake, as some had speculated, but because some of the victims had become unconscious next to heat sources such as stoves.