Emergency and early management of burns and scalds

@article{Enoch2009EmergencyAE,
  title={Emergency and early management of burns and scalds},
  author={S. Enoch and A. Roshan and M. Shah},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={338}
}
  • S. Enoch, A. Roshan, M. Shah
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • #### Summary points Burn injuries are an important global health problem. [...] Key Method#### Sources and selection criteria We searched Medline, Ovid, Burns, and the Cochrane Library until June 2008 for randomised controlled trials, systematic reviews, evidence reports, and recent evidence based guidelines from international burn associations. Annually in the United Kingdom, around 175 000 people attend accident and emergency departments with burns from various causes (box 1).1 This represents 1% of all…Expand Abstract
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