Fabrication of Total Contact Burn Masks Using Non-Contact Surface Scanning: A New Standard of Care 981301
This paper documents the results of a study to compare conventional and surface scanning processes used to create total contact burn masks. Three masks were fabricated for each of five subjects using the conventional and newly developed techniques. Fit results were compared using subjective evaluations and electronic quantitative methods. The masks fabricated using surface scanning technology were rated higher overall.
Citation: Whitestone, J., Ause-Ellias, K., Richard, R., and Miller, S., "Fabrication of Total Contact Burn Masks Using Non-Contact Surface Scanning: A New Standard of Care," SAE Technical Paper 981301, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981301. Download Citation
Jennifer J. Whitestone, Kristen L. Ause-Ellias, Reg L. Richard, Sidney F. Miller
Total Contact, Inc., Miami Valley Hospital
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