Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 22, 1974, Page 72

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 22, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Skin Graft Method Gives Hope to Burned Children By David Haskell BOSTON (UPI) - Children sn severely burned they otherwise faced almost certain death now have a better chance for survival because of a new skin transplant technique which suppresses the body’s natural rejection mechanisms. Since the first experiment in early 1972. ll youngsters have received such treatments and seven lived All had burns whic h virtually ruled out their survival if treated by any other means The procedures were developed by surgeons and pediatricians at the Massachusetts General hospital (MGH) w ho also staff I he Shiners Burns institute. Temporary Skin In the May issue of the MGH news, doctors explained the treatment involved temporary skin transplated from a donor, usually the child’s parents. The physicians seek to protec t ♦he burned children until grafts from unharmed portions of their own bodies can be transferred Though skin transplants for burned patients are nothing new. the Shriners-MGH technique includes important new elements, the most significant of which is the use of I iii -munnsuppression With daily medication doctors suppress the children’s immunologic responses which are believed responsible for their bodies’ rejection of foreign tissue. I'his treatment, doctors say, greatly prolongs the length of survival or “survival time” of the* temporary graft. With the MOSTLY For MEH UM Quick, easy. economical, no fuss. Those are magic words to busy people who also have an eye on the family budget. Try Oven Chicken Supreme! Wash and wipe- dry a 212 to 3-pound frying chicken, cut into serving pieces. In a mixing bowl put I cup sour cream. :<i teaspoon salt. i teaspoon poultry seasoning, I teaspoon paprika, I teaspoon lemon juice, I teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. *4 teaspoon pepper. Blend. In a paper sack put I cup cracker crumbs and >2 cup blanched almonds which have been toasted and grated. Dip chicken pieces in sour cream mixture, then drop into paper sack. Shake to coat with crumbs and almonds Put remaining sour c ream mix into the bottom of a 13x 9x2 baking dish and arrange coated chicken pieces, skin side up. Bake in a preheated 375-degree oven for about I hour or until chicken is fork-tender and crusty brown. Serves 4. And, how long has it been since you tried that old favorite Breaded Pork cutlets, chops or steak? Here is a delectable dish, when properly prepared Whichever cut you're preparing, wash and wipe drv the pork, then season on both sides with salt and pepper Dredge in flour to coat evenly, but lightly Now dip pork into beaten egg. then into bread crumbs. Again, coat evenly, avoiding a heavy covering. In an iron skilled, melt bacon fat or shortening to a depth of about >v meh. Brown over medium heat. If breading tends to burn, reduce heat. When pork is nicely browned, cover and put into a 350-degree oven 20 minutes. Adjust seasonings and serve. \\ itll tresh tomatoes plentiful at this time of the year, serve them broiled with either the chicken or pork. Select good-sized firm tomatoes Wash, then remove the core with a sharp knife making a cylindrical cavity. Pare about 12-inch of the skin around the cavity Prepare a mixture of 2 parts grated Parmesan cheese, I part fine bread crumbs. I part minced onion, salt and pepper. Moisten mixture with melted butter or margarine. Kl 11 cavity of each tomato and place tomatoes on broiler rack, not touching. Broil about 211 minutes or until tomato is tender to a fork but not mushv Memorial Day Picnic Special |l • ll IIT '• hWMMWM I I I I I I I I I I fl I I I B I I I i save io< 12 OZ. 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There are risks involved in the use of immunosuppression, hut severely burned patients have almost no chance of sur-\ ival with traditional treatments The use of a special bacteria-controlled nursing environment makes immunosuppression safe enough to attempt. but because tin* risks still exist, only children with Si) percent or more total bodysurfed* burns and 70 percent or more third-degree burns receive it “Wo had to consider the undeniable risks of using immunosuppression before starting the program,” said Dr. A. Benedict ( osimi. "That's why we only applied it to patients we thought had no chance of survival by conventional methods.” During the four to eight weeks when the youngsters are carrying their parents skin, surgeons continually replace it with sections of the children's own skin “When we have covered all hut 2tl percent of tin* child's burns with his own skin,” said Dr. Alia V Antoon, “we stop immunosuppression and continue using allografts (cadaver skin) until we have grafted the patient’s skin to all the remaining parts of his body.’’ Plastic Surgery After about three months in the bacteria-controlled unit. th«* children begin to undergo reconstructive plastic surgery. Thf* patient, if all goes well, t an leave the hospital after six or seven months. The first patient to receive the treatment was a 21a-yt*ar-old New York girl who suffered burns over 91 percent of her body. HU percent of which were third-degree burns That was early in 1972. No child as young as her had been known to survive with burns so severe. She walked out of the hospital six months later During a recent followup. doctors saw the girl, now 412, and report sin* was about to start nursery school Ar chlet' Surgeon Dr. John I*’ Burke said experience will make ibis a reasonably sail* procedure and "then we can extend it to patients hav mg Ii*ss seven* burns. ” Demolition Often Leads Construction scheduled in 17 cities with imputations of at least 50,OtN) In four of these cities more housing was expected to in* torn down than constructed. Demolition of nearly 142,000 housing units was authorized in 1972, the U. S Census Bureau reports Almost one-third was ae*. til . * I mM lew a Drinks Assorted Flavors $ 46 Oz. Cans ! I Oz. Cans ■mrnmmm- *>•:< Elf Charcoal 20 Lb. Bag 39 Flav-O-Rite Regular or Wavey Potato Chips 59* IO Oz. 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