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sodium butyrate protects against severe burn-induced remote acute lung injury in rats. "sodium butyrate protects against severe burn-induced remote acute lung injury in rats.", by Liang X, Wang RS, Wang F, Liu S, Guo F, Sun L, Wang YJ, Sun YX, Chen XL. pone-0068786-g003: Effect of sodium butyrate on histopathologic changes in rats with burn-induced ALI (×100).Representative photomicrographs showing hematoxylin and eosin staining: lung edema, alveolar hemorrhage, and neutrophil infiltration. The epithelial and endothelial cell structure was destroyed...

A burn is damage to your body's tissues created by heat, chemicals, sunlight, radiation, or electrical power. There are 3 types of burns: First-degree burns damage only the outer layer of skin; Second-degree burns harm the external layer and the layer beneath; Third-degree burns damage or ruin the inmost layer of skin and cells underneath. Therapy for burns depends on the root cause of the burn, just how deep it is, and just how much of the body it covers. For more significant burns, treatment might be needed to clean the injury, replace the skin, and ensure the patient has enough fluids and nutrition.

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