Haemostatic effects of adrenaline-lidocaine subcutaneous infiltration at donor sites.


This study sought methods in burn surgery to reduce postoperative pain and blood loss at donor sites. A prospective, randomised, controlled, blinded trial included 56 people undergoing burn surgery, divided into two groups. Both groups received subcutaneous infiltration at donor sites, with either 1:500,000 adrenaline solution containing added lidocaine or… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.burns.2008.06.019


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