Rajiv Sood

November 2015
Indianapolis Monthly;Nov2015, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p70
The article presents an interview with Dr. Rajiv Sood of Speedway Burn Center at Riley Hospital for Children, in which he discussed the problems caused by severe burns, their use of pulsed dye laser treatment to reduce inflammation, and their development of a three-layer synthetic skin.


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