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Microorganisms causing infections that latch themselves onto burn patients are often acquired in hospitals.  These infections commonly involve gram-positive organisms, which may be resistant to several antibiotics. Burn victims often are plagued with these microbes as hospital cleanliness and precautionary measures become more and more lax.

Burns and Live Cell Therapy

Teicoplanin, a live cell extract, alone and in combination with additional antibacterial drugs, proved effective in the treatment of gram-positive infections of various types in hospitalized burn patients.

In another study the thymus extract T-activin was used in combination with sodium nucleinate plus lidocaine (a pain reliever) to restore functions of the lymphocytes and increase immunity in severely burned animals.. The treatment was successful in limiting infection of the burns with pathogens.  This led to a decreased death rate.