BET 4: USE OF LITMUS PAPER IN CHEMICAL EYE INJURY

@article{Zentani2009BET4U,
  title={BET 4: USE OF LITMUS PAPER IN CHEMICAL EYE INJURY},
  author={A. Zentani and Jane Burslem},
  journal={Emergency Medicine Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={26},
  pages={887 - 887}
}
Report by: Abdualla Zentani , Staff Grade Emergency Medicine Search checked by: Jane Burslem , Assistant Librarian, Fairfield General Hospital Institution: Fairfield General Hospital, Bury, Lancashire, UK A short-cut review was carried out to establish the use of litmus paper in chemical eye injury. No studies were found that addressed this clinical … 
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