Albumin is an essential protein in the blood, one of the most prominent life-saving medications for patients with severe burns, in extremely serious condition. Albumin is essential because it triggers the action of bone marrow stem cells and osteablasts, while the antibacterial action reduces inflammation, reduces the risk of infections and relieves pain. With the help of albumin, the resorption of the implanted allograft and the construction of new bone go hand in hand. This parallel development is important, because if it starts to absorb allograft before the bone build-up starts, the area will not harden. Instead, fibrotic tissue will replace the bone. If resorption starts too late, islands of the allograft will remain in the bone during the bone formation, which can lead to stability problems in the future.