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Pediatric treadmill injuries: a public health issue.
- A. Wong, D. Maze, Eric R La Hei, N. Jefferson, S. Nicklin, Susan Adams
- Journal of pediatric surgery
- 1 December 2007
BACKGROUND Treadmill injuries in children tend to be severe and are becoming increasingly common. We present an overview of this problem to promote public awareness, education, and to advocate a… Expand
Paediatric treadmill injuries: an increasing problem
- Lawrence H C Kim, D. Maze, +4 authors A. Holland
- The Medical journal of Australia
- 1 November 2009
TO THE EDITOR: A previous report from our institutions identified a steady increase in the prevalence of paediatric treadmill friction burn injuries, from three in 2001 to 17 in 2006. We sought to… Expand
Cap gun burns in children
Aim: To document the frequency of cap gun burns in children and identify strategies for prevention of this mechanism of injury.
Biobrane™ and skin staples: beware of necrotic ulceration
- E. J. Hyland, D. Maze, Torey Lawrence, J. Harvey, A. Holland
- International wound journal
- 1 October 2016
Biobrane™ is a product used for temporary wound coverage post major paediatric burn wound debridement. We report two cases of necrotic ulceration associated with the use of Biobrane™ with skin… Expand
BA07P PAEDIATRIC TREADMILL INJURIES IN NSW: AN INCREASING PROBLEM
Purpose: The steady growth in popularity of home treadmills during the past decade poses a potential hazard to infants and children. Despite increasing awareness of this problem, treadmill-related… Expand