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Funding source: Support from for this work comes from the Firefighters Burn Fund (Manitoba), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery grant (Grant no.: RGPIN/04922-2014 ) and Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRP) Operating grant (Grant no.: CHRP 413713-2012 ).
Conflicts of interest: The authors report no conflict of interest relevant to this manuscript.