Anthony L Sparnon

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BACKGROUND The management of burn injuries is reported as painful, distressing and a cause of anxiety in children and their parents. Child's and parents' pain and anxiety, often contributes to extended time required for burns management procedures, in particular the process of changing dressings. The traditional method of pharmacologic analgesia is often(More)
he causes of these evisceration injuries are well described in the literature. Vortex-style drains can create a powerful vacuum when occluded. 1 In addition to the transanal route, direct evisceration through the perineum has been described. 2 Other non-suction-related causes of transanal evisceration have also been described — in adults, it is usually(More)
INTRODUCTION Although Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Australia have higher risk of burns compared with non-Aboriginal children, their access to burn care, particularly postdischarge care, is poorly understood, including the impact of care on functional outcomes. The objective of this study is to describe the burden of burns, access to(More)
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